The Return of the Bulleted Entries

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-- I received my visa extension yesterday. I'm good to stay here for another year. Yippee!
-- I stayed up until 4:30 in the morning on Sunday and until 5:30 on Monday. I slept until 11:30 on Monday and until 10:00 today. Guess what? I'm sleepy still.
-- We're going to see Broken Social Scene, Bloc Party and Feist in June on Olympic Island with a couple of friends. I'm more excited about the photo ops than the concert. Too bad about the no-SLR, only point-and-shoot, under 5MP digital cameras only rule. Not that we have an over 5MP digital camera. I'm just saying.
-- Troy and I went to an auction this past Friday. After checking out the auctioned goods, we decided to bid for a twin lens reflex camera. We had to wait for about 3 hours before they put the camera up for bids. Good thing we won. We also won an old, press camera like you can see in old movies for, like, one-tenth of the listed price on eBay.
-- People we know keep asking us how many cameras we have. I know I shouldn't be, but I'm always kind of embarrassed to admit that we have about 100-something cameras in our collection. It makes us sound like weirdos, which we probably are, but still...
-- I keep having Pixies' "Debaser" song stuck in my head. Argh! Don't know about you, but I am un chien andalusia...
-- Next month is our first anniversary. It feels like only yesterday that we got hitched. Time flies.
-- I have four websites to design. FOUR! And I haven't started with any. I should probably start with one that isn't mine.
-- That means I should probably stay up until morning again soon since I seem to be able to come up with a design only when it's day-time in Indonesia. Stupid brain.
-- Telling Troy some Indonesian celebrity gossips before bed has been proven to help me sleep well.
-- It's currently 22°C here in Waterloo! Holy cow! Perfect weather for playing mini golf!
-- I feel like taking pictures.
-- I can't think of anything to take pictures of.

6 Comments

  1. Jordan
    April 20, 2006

    - Con­grats on get­ting your visa extend­ed. I’ve been wor­ried about you hav­ing to go back and pos­si­bly offline!
    — The con­cert sounds great. Feist is won­der­ful.
    — What kind of TLR did you get? You ought to put up a web site with pic­tures of all your many cam­eras. Do you name them?
    — Your pho­tos keep get­ting bet­ter and bet­ter. Do you think you’ve found your call­ing?

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  2. Jordan
    April 20, 2006

    - Oh, and in case you didn’t catch on, I thought it appro­pri­ate to post a bul­let­ed com­ment for your bul­let­ed entry. :)

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  3. Julie the Everyday Mommy
    April 19, 2006

    I love, love, love your Fir­damat­ic, and did a great tem­plate for my cousins blog on Blog­ger. But, Blog­ger won’t allow me to dis­able the NavBar. Please, I beg for your help. Her blog SO needs help. This is it:
    http://mylittlehutch.blogspot.com/

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  4. Troy
    April 20, 2006

    Jor­dan. Here is one of Firda’s Flickr sets show­ing a cou­ple of cam­eras in the col­lec­tion. The last one in the pho­to set is the “press style” cam­era we got at the auc­tion. I don’t believe she has a pic­ture of the Seag­ull 4A TRL we bought.

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  5. Pedrsn
    April 22, 2006

    Hey Frida.. I also one of the.. well not lazy, but unin­spired peo­ple, who have used Fir­damat­ic.. And I think it´s just swell :)
    BuT, how come — that my entire site is more to the left, that .. well instead of being ni the mid­dle like nor­mal ? I have a lot of blank space on the right side..
    could U tell me why ? ;)
    ((And by the way, the NavBar cant´t be removed like the direc­tions says — when using Fir­damat­ic… but one have to inset a code in the tem­plate in order to get the rid of the Navbar? ))
    http://blogger-templates.blogspot.com/2005/01/remove-navbar.html
    Arr this was a lot of writ­ing..

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  6. Kirsi
    April 22, 2006

    +22 C! Wow. We’re still at +10 C, and I miss sum­mer!

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