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a gardner...chronicles of the random adventures, boredom,chaos and drama that happens in London, Ontario

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Location: London, Ontario, Canada

a disillusioned londoner, who is now in new zealand, hoping to corrupt young minds once ive finished with teacher's college

Monday, November 28, 2005

i think its time to bust out the sweat pants...

today i had my christmas party brunch at the delta armories....good god i dont think ive seen so much food in a while...currently i think i have a food headache, and all i want to do is take a nap...alas that cannot be the case. but i would like to say that i highly recommend the brunch....perhaps one good point about london :)

however i did want to touch on the fact that again london does have some very bad points, as was evident with the mismangement of clearing of london's streets during the snowstorm on thursday. it took me over an hour to get from bryon to downtown...slightly ridiculous. the londonfog had a great post on this matter

as well i entered into a contest on another blog that i visit regularly, sucre, and it looks like i didn't win :( ah well i can't always have the best pick up stories. the creepiest perhaps...but not the best...at least i got honourable mention :)

i know this post is slightly random...im not sure if its because of all the food that was eaten and my body can't cope and as i result i produce random posts....but i would like to give a little update on my progress for getting ready for my trip:

i have my tickets booked :) yah! so only 69 more days to go until i leave

i bought luggage the other day...and came to the conclusion i am going to have a brutal time packing, i'm only allowed 50 pounds per bag....stupid air canada

and finally i told my job that my last day will be feb 4th :D which means only 68 more days of work :D


Blogger Drew-Not-Toothpaste said...

Don't sell yourself short on the creepy aspect on your story. The fact that a sober bouncer was trying to sweet talk a drunk version of you into sex is definitely worth an honourable mention. ;)

Can you imagine saying yes to that? "Well, a ride home would be a lot better than a cab. Sure, let's have sex!"

1:52 PM  
Blogger gardner said...

lol no i can't imagine saying yes to that...hence the running away....i think the worst part is that i see him all the time, except now he's ridiculously tanned and is possibly on steriods

2:06 PM  
Blogger Drew-Not-Toothpaste said...

Ahh, so in other words you now want to take him up on his offer. ;)

2:15 PM  
Blogger gardner said...

LOL no....i prefer men who aren't orange and can fit through doors :P

2:22 PM  
Blogger Drew-Not-Toothpaste said...

I guess basic mobility is also something I expect in a potential suitor. ;)

6:53 AM  
Blogger gardner said...

lol its always a good thing...and can to lead to much more fun :P

6:59 AM  
Blogger Drew-Not-Toothpaste said...

Hahaha. I'd ask you what you mean, but that might be a better question for MSN. ;)

9:49 AM  
Blogger gardner said...

lol probably

10:45 AM  

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