The Post Lifers won best short film at the Blood in the Snow film festival. All of the films I saw had film makers, directors, actors in the audience, there was a LOT of networking going on. Facebook was just a flurry of likes and comments last night, Mr. Lina was very happy when I got home from bowling on Tuesday. That's 4 wins for best short, nominations for best short, best editing and best acting. I think they are going to need a bigger DVD package when it's time to try to sell it.
A special thank you to Amy at Sew Well. She held a contest for 10 subscriptions to Zinio, an online magazine provider and I was lucky enough to win one. If Threads had been an option, it would have been a perfect choice but alas, it is not. Instead I selected Canadian Geographic. My first issue arrived yesterday and I'm happy with my choice.
When I was in first year of university, I really didn't have a clue of what I wanted to take. I was accepted as "Major Undecided". At least it was honest rather than having something that wasn't going to stick. When I finally did decide geography was for me, I got a lot of support from my family. My grandfather bought me a subscription to Canadian Geographic. I loved it, it was like having some kind of geography cred and sometimes I could talk about issues in class all pro-active keener like. The last time I saw my Papa was at my convocation from university. It's a fine memory to hold onto.
I didn't have the money to continue the subscription after he passed away. I've asked for it for Christmas now and again but no one has taken me up on the suggestion. So at long last, I have my magazine and happy memories back. Now to learn about polar bears and beavers...