Monday, May 03, 2010

remains of the year

it was at that point we realized we were almost
finished cleaning the dorm room


more photos to come tomorrow!

And if you are looking for something to read until then or if, like me, you are trying to ignore the snow that is starting to pelt against the window, please head over to No Depression to read my latest post about volunteering - I get to do this for free?

12 comments:

mellowlee said...

tee hee! That is one BIG bag of Jelly beans. Om nom nom

Prince Nikka said...

Ya
I am interested in this blog, because all the feature are good.................................
Kids Party Calgary

Creepy Uncle Steve said...

Ah liquor and jelly beans! The breakfast of champions...

Love Creepy Uncle Steve

LesleyG said...

Nice!

Charlie said...

Creepy stole my comment, dammit.

Just don't mix those Jellie Bellies that taste like vomit with the hooch—power of suggestion and all that.

Charlie said...

I just read your article on No Depression and it was quite good (as usual).

Talk about salesmanship. I couldn't sell bibles at a convention of missionaries.

This may be out of your musical sphere, but I saw the ad for the Telluride (Colorado) Bluegrass Festival. An awesome event.

John Mutford said...

Prince Nikka stole my comment, dammit.

I really do love all the feature.

Allison said...

That is a lot of gelatin. Wow. Perhaps you can take extras to the Kids Party Calgary that Prince Nikka suggests. With the liquor you'd be a hit.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

If you want to head over to UBC, there might be a few left for you, Mel.

Damn, Prince Nikka, what kind of kids' parties are you throwing anyway if you think cheap vodka are a good feature? Pin the tail on the donkey takes on a whole new challenge.

It's what got me through first year university, Steve! If it was good enough for me, it's good enough for my offspring.

We're classy, aren't we, Lesley?

Mixing vomit flavoured jelly beans with cheap vodka sounds like a great way to get straight to the following day, Charlie. Why waste time?
I saw the ad for the Telluride Festival, and it does look amazing! Nothing like a little bluegrass in the summer!

All the feature love you, John. Long time.

And I would also bring lawn darts, Al. Because that's a natural fit.

Anonymous said...

Welcome home, Eva! There is something special about getting back to one's own bed.
Loved the article, Barb. Hawksley Workman sounds delightful. As do you!
Berni

Wandering Coyote said...

Nice article, Barb. I remember the joy you expressed last July at your volunteering gig at the folk fest then. Who will be there this year, do you know?

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Thanks, Berni! It so good to have the offspring home!

It's great there, WC! Can't wait. The whole lineup hasn't been announced yet, but I am really excited for Frank Turner, Timber Timbre, Obhijouh, Library Voices...