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August 21st, 2003
08:19 am


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Thursday already
Just about every time I look at my most recent post I think how I ought to post more often. Time really flies.
Um.. last night I spoke to a friend from Waterloo about seeing them on the way to or from (or maybe both) Torcon, and that sounds like it could happen, so that's cool. Hmm... Actually, maybe there's a way I could park at their place and take a train into the city. Or has someone else figured out cheap parking? I know there's a thread about it on smofs, but it's really long and I'd rather not slog through it.

I am having no luck finding stickers for the ConFusion party. suggestions on where to look are also welcome.

I had a nice long conversation with my friend Andrea last night. She reminded me she keeps a weblog. It's good to touch in with people from time to time.

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Date:August 21st, 2003 05:35 am (UTC)
What kind of stickers are you looking for? Office Max has some great little stickers that come about 360 to a package - only problem is that there isn't a lot of variety, but they're cheap! There's a sticker store in the Courtyard Shops (Plymouth Rd area) - that's where I managed to find 400 tool stickers for the Midwest Construction party.
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Date:August 22nd, 2003 06:59 am (UTC)
I use penguins I bought a party store the non booze kind of store.

Do you need a roomate for Worldcon?
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Date:August 22nd, 2003 11:09 am (UTC)
I was going to mention OfficeMax, but tammylc beat me to it. In fact, I was going to mention that Geri & I get our cute l’l penguins there, but jeffreyab beat me to penguins. *sigh*

Well, I still can mention that the same people who make our penguins also make cute l’l books with eyes. And that OfficeMax also tends to have "teacher reward" stickers — you know, things like "Great Work!" and "Excellent!" and "Way To Go!" — which might make fun con party stickers....
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