Thursday, October 21, 2004
My Long, Tiring, Painful, No-Blog Day

So I left Hamilton on Tuesday afternoon with a friend of mine, hauling lumber and bricks up to Muskoka (about two hours north of Toronto). He was finishing his cottage's newly added basement, and needed help moving his materials around. Once we arrived, we were joined by another friend, and hit the sack. In the morning, we moved the bricks (which were apparently 150 years old and fired by his ancestors) and lumber into his basement, along with the wood that he had had delivered by Home Depot. This took us the entire morning, and into the afternoon.

Once we were done, we dropped off the U-Haul he had rented, jumped into our friend's car, and sped back to Hamilton just in time to shower and head out again for a small group gathering. After drowsily making my way through the meeting, I got home around midnight, and crashed until this morning.

So that's why I didn't have a blog post (or the requisite three) yesterday. I hope you can find it in your hearts to forgive me. Either that, or be distracted enough that I can placate you with three more posts today.

It's good to be back, but man, am I sore.

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