Finally, a blog update!
It’s been awhile, isn’t? :-/
I am so sorry about the long delay on my blog posting!
Many things have happened in my life recently. Not necessarily for the the best, but not for the worst, either.
A couple of weeks ago, I just lost the full-time job I had. So in the moment I am unemployed and currently looking at what are my options. Should I look for something else? Or should I take a tiny risk and start something new? Mmm… big decisions needs to be made.
Right after I lost my job, I managed to catch a cold (brought home by Olivier, thanks love! :-p) that turned into a bronchitis. :-/
For 2 weeks, I couldn’t move too much or else it was getting worst.
But I’m finally getting back on my feets, now! I started working out again, just yesterday, and I am planning my next steps better, now.
Within the last days, I got to finally spend more time in my garden (more on this in a later post!), biking and doing a little introspective.
Let’s see where this takes me…
A little note about the student strikes/ people protests in Quebec…
I don’t know if you heard about the student strikes, in Quebec? Socially and democratically, it’s a really important moment in our history. Since I live in Montreal, where most of the protests are happening, it’s hard to not be touched by it.
This blog is mostly about arts, crafts and creativity. So I don’t plan on talking about the protests, here. But if this is a subject that interests you, Twitter is always the best place to get the lastests news about it. Oh, and Facebook, as well. I really use theses social medias a lot for my daily information on the conflict. Amazing, isn’t?
And I absolutely must give some kudos to Concordia University Television (CUTV).
Each night, they cover the protests that are going on downtown. And, as you will be able to see with your own eyes, they are very pacifists.
I will add that, if you have any questions about the Student Strike in Quebec, you can always ask me. It will be my pleasure to answer you the best that I can.
I shall now leave you with a friendly “casserole” protest that was going on in my district, not long ago. Theses kinds of protests happens around 8h00pm, in every district of the city.
They were very strong for the last weeks, but now, it’s more quiet. I think people will want to do other kind of protests, now. I would really love for something like a sit-in or an artistic protest to happen.
Back to our regular creative schedule, now!