"Don't Let It Bring You Down": Neil Young
On Wednesday September 11th I went out with Craig and a few of his friends to Dooly's to have a beer and to play some pool. When we left Harper, it was already raining but what we didn't realize was that there was a tropical storm going on. We were totally oblivious until it was time to get back home. The wind was blowing, rain was pouring but we roughed it out and arrived home safe and sound. It brought back fond memories of when I was in Rome and the campground I was staying at was completely flooded. Luckily for everyone here, it wasn't as bad as in Europe.

Has anybody noticed how cold the weather is now? Geez, it's frickin' freezing! The weather in Sackville seems to change day in and day out. One day in a t-shirt, the next day in a jacket. However one thing that is always reliable is the sky in Sackville. There are very few places in the world where one can view beautiful purple skies one day and then hazy orange skies the next. It never fails whether it be dusk, twilight, sunrise, sunset, the big man upstairs seems to have found a permanant canvas in the skies of Sackville, New Brunswick.

Tomorrow is Friday. Well... technically it's Friday right now at 1 in the morning but for our purposes tomorrow is Friday. I can't believe how quickly this week has gone. Soon enough I'll be writing mid-terms, going home for Christmas, going on Spring Break and eventually graduating my forth year of University. Scary ain't it?

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