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Aurora is an Administrative Assistant in beautiful Nova Scotia, Canada. A self-labeled Geek Girl, she loves learning, history and Star Wars and is an avid photographer, traveler and cross stitcher. In her spare time, she volunteers in her community and enjoys hiking with her dogs.
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I just wanted to give some updates on what has been going on ‘around here’. Some of you may already know some of this from Twitter or Facebook or whatnot. Project 365 – Time Capsule At the beginning of June, I started a new 365 Project. Again. One that I am definitely confident will succeed! […]
*peeks out from behind rock* So, it’s no secret that I’ve been absent from blogging the last couple of months. This is not my ‘come back’ post. I’ll post when I feel like it. Sometimes I’ll post lots, other times it might be another few moths of silence. I stopped blogging near the end of […]
A travelling art exhibit is currently set up at NSCC Kingstec in Kentville, NS. The Freedom of Expression in Broad Strokes is a collection of award winning political cartoons visiting select municipalities in Canada. The only stops in Nova Scotia are Kingstec, where it will remain until February 1o, and Acadia University where it will […]
So, my last post was in April. Sorry about that! I’ve been trying to figure out my priorities with regards to blogging. I think I have a plan, actually, that I will try in the new year, if not before. But I’m making an appearance now to share my new ‘do. Those that know me, […]
Meet Max, the newest addition to our family! At the beginning of February, we had to put one of our dogs, Winston, to sleep due to an illness. Kes seemed like she needed a playmate and so we’ve been looking for suitable (and suitably priced!) playmates to get for her. I wanted a border collie, […]
I’ve always had a lot of projects on the go. I’ve came to the conclusion, long ago, that I like to keep busy and I definitely have been! Unlike some people who would be bored to (possibly literal) death, I would definitely be able to keep myself entertained. Of course, work is necessary in order […]
From Junior Achievement: Time is getting short to sign up for Junior Achievement’s ESIS: Economics for Success for Annapolis Valley Regional School Board and we still need a number of volunteers. We still need volunteers: March 9th – Bridgetown Regional High March 9th – Central Kings Regional High March 23 – Annapolis West Education Centre […]
Out with the old and in with the new… Despite 2010 starting out with a bang – what with Canada kicking Olympic ass and all ;) – it was pretty quiet. There was a flurry of activity during the summer when I went out to Toronto for a weekend for my cousin’s wedding and then […]
As suspected, June was just as busy as May. Thankfully, and obviously, it’s over now! I didn’t seem to accomplish much, but it seemed to be insane nonetheless. Work Work has finally calmed down, slightly. Had a week full of meetings and the last few days I’ve just been chilling out before I delve into […]
May has been frakking busy! June won’t be much better. I’m really looking forward to July. lol Although I’ll have so much stuff to catch up on and do at home that it won’t seem any better I’m sure! Work I may be only part time, but work has been really busy! We had a […]