The Book of Love

OMG. Scan­ning 35mm film strips is such a big pain in the butt! I’m so glad I got prints off the rolls of film already. Scan­ning prints is just so much less work. I shot five rolls of 35mm film (one roll is cur­rent­ly miss­ing in action) and two rolls of 120 film this past week­end. Most of the rolls were shot at SMooSH and Loba’s wed­ding, which was beau­ti­ful and so much fun to shoot. Thanks for let­ting me tag along dur­ing the wed­ding pho­to ses­sion, guys!

Oh, Troy and I even got to dance to our song at their wed­ding recep­tion, which was awe­some. We’d nev­er had a chance to dance to it before since peo­ple just didn’t dance at our own wed­ding recep­tion. I’m blam­ing it on the sucky sound sys­tem. :) The song is Peter Gabriel’s cov­er of The Mag­net­ic Field’s song, The Book of Love. You can lis­ten to the song at the Hype Machine. I must have lost the mp3 dur­ing the tran­si­tion from the old com­put­er to the new one.

This past week­end was also the Cana­di­an Thanks­giv­ing. It was my very first Thanks­giv­ing with­out turkey. Boohoo! I’m going to have to pick up some turkey to deep-fry some­time. Maybe for the week­end. We’re going up to the love­ly Bruce Penin­su­la on Fri­day for a week­end with a small group of friends. We’re going to stay in a cot­tage by the Geor­gian Bay. More pho­to ops! Yay! And the week­end after that, we’ll be see­ing Sarah Harmer live in con­cert. Can’t wait! Sarah Harmer is one of my favourite Cana­di­an artists. Once again, I’m point­ing you towards the Hype Machine for a list of her songs that you can stream online.

And that’s all the update for now. I’ll see if I could find some cool links to post lat­er. I just haven’t been surf­ing the ‘Net a lot late­ly. Why don’t you sug­gest me some links to vis­it, hmmm? ;) Which sites have been keep­ing you amused late­ly? No porn sites, please!

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  1. Mr. Hed and I didn’t get much danc­ing in at our wed­ding either. Our friends and fam­i­ly just aren’t much into the danc­ing. I was kin­da bummed, because we paid $600 for a DJ, and he bare­ly got used! Oh well!

  2. Hed: Our “recep­tion” was more like a Bar-B-Q. Just friends and fam­i­lies get­ting togeth­er, hav­ing some food, sit­ting around a bon­fire. It wasn’t real­ly the atmos­phere for danc­ing.
    The wed­ding on the week­end was great though. The dance floor was packed most of the time. Even when crap ass music was being played :)

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