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natalie
Posted on 2006.18.08 at 02:14
where am I: here in my jammies
How I feel about it all: bouncybouncy
Soundtrack: Natalie MacMaster - Fire in the Kitchen
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This is true, right?

Please say yes, because it hits so many of my dorky, geeky buttons it's not even funny.


On a related note, anyone interested in going to Celtic Colours with me next fall (2007, not 2006)? If I can get the money and the vacation days at the same time, I'm going, full stop. It's been waaay too many years since I've been home back (since something like 1999). And I've never been to Celtic Colours.


So whaddya say? songdog? patchfire? Anyone else? C'mon, it's Atlantic Canada in October. Crisp days and clear nights and mountains and ocean and beauty and music and more music and the general yayness of it all. I'm bouncing just thinking about it. Or maybe it's the Vault soda I stole from mr_t00by.

Comments:


Loony Loopy Lea Lovegood
chickadilly at 2006-08-18 09:52 (UTC) ()
Oh wow. I'd never heard of Celtic Culture before but that looks AWESOME.

Wah. I sometimes wish I was on the East Coast!
Loony Loopy Lea Lovegood
chickadilly at 2006-08-18 09:53 (UTC) ()
Er. I mean Celtic Colours! LOL
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-08-18 13:58 (UTC) ()
I've been wanting to go forever. *sigh*
gamps_garret at 2006-08-18 12:12 (UTC) ()
Oh my God. private space travel.

**dies**
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-08-18 13:57 (UTC) ()
Oh my God. private space travel.

Cape Breton private space travel.

You have no idea how many buttons this hits. *geeklove*
Amy H. Sturgis
eldritchhobbit at 2006-08-18 14:19 (UTC) ()
Oooh, I hope it's true. That is soooo fantastic.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-08-18 15:11 (UTC) ()
The Toronto Star looks legit, so most likely? I hope?
linguisticator at 2006-08-18 18:27 (UTC) ()
The Star is our city's main newspaper. I was shocked to click on the link and see my hometown online paper on the screen! There are three "dailies" in Toronto: the Star, which shows a liberal bias in its reporting; the Toronto Sun, which is more of a tabloid paper that tries to be the equalizer to the Star, and it is conservative in its bias. But then again it also has the Sunshine Girl in every issue, but unlike in Britan, the Sunshine Girl always wears a top. The Globe and Mail is a Canada-wide paper, as is the National Post, the newest addition, which I think is more of a business paper than anything else. But still the media refer to three dailies, not four.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2006-08-18 22:40 (UTC) ()
*files away info*

The Globe and Mail I knew about, because it's pretty hard not to miss if I'm looking at pretty much anything to do with Canada in the news.

I would guess, then, that this article is probably legit. Go, Cape Breton! Not that I need another reason for my dorky love, but so cool, anyway. *cheers*
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