Saturday, November 17, 2007
I can now tell you in no uncertain terms the 7 different reliable ways that will get you from the Edmonds area in Burnaby 4th and Burrard. I can tell you which routes have the best bus drivers (the 84 UBC all the way) and what routes will have the most angry people (the 7 Powell at 5:00 pm is alarming).
I can also tell you what classes where all the med students live (Robson and Burrard), where the rude people live (near Granville Island) and the music choices of the transit travelller on which route (the 44 UBC appeals to the Christian Rock listener while the 84 UBC has a fair amount of emo).
Its a whole new adventure for me! A world of new people to watch!
Monday, November 12, 2007
And jewelry design.
And light automotive repair.
Okay, I'm not so good at the focusing thing, but I WOULD love to be a fashion designer.
I remember making clothing for my Barbies when I was young. I made tiny ball gowns, accessories, costumes etc.
I made my grad dress in grade 12, much to the chagrin of my grad date as I was sewing up until 2 hours before the dance.
I love to sew, create, play with clothing and fabric, but these days, I just don't have the time or the room.
Stupid apartment living.
Lately, I have been getting my fashion fix from Project Runway Canada.
I am quite impressed by it actually. It has its own personality and the designers do some great stuff. I don't really understand why Iman is hosting...I would have thought someone like Linda Evangelista would have been a better choice, but Iman isn't too bad.
My current favourite designer on the show is Biddell.
He is a self-taught designer. From skater gear to bridal gowns, Biddell’s self-described “Street Couture” has been featured in boutiques in Calgary, Vancouver (El Kartel has carried his line), and Victoria. He describes his aesthetic as loud and clean—clothes that get noticed.I LOVE his stuff-so fun and crazy. I am going to have to track down his stuff. Its fierce baby...fierce.
GO BIDELL GO!
Thursday, November 8, 2007
Which is, of course, true.
I have been a HORRIBLE blogger.
I blame my job.
In the past, I blogged at work due to boredom and general job hatred.
I now love my job so much I may explode.
So I need to actually blog at home. On my own time. wow. THAT will be a challenge.
Except for today. Today I am blogging at work as there is a small lull before the sacrifice.
I am not making this up.
Today we are sacrificing a 21’’ flat screen monitor and a 1998 vintage Mac Laserwriter printer at the top of the back stairwell.
I love my job.