Wow. It is really hard to blog when you don’t have time to blog. It’s been a long time and I will try and update everyone on the last ten days in a couple of short articles tonight and tomorrow. So where we left off was five days after the election. On Friday I went to my old work and taught all day. The weekend was low key. My wife and I watched the entire first season of Homeland, 12 read more
So the last post was wrong. Really it should have said day 1 & 2. Day 3 was Tuesday, Oct 23, and the day started with breakfast with my friend AJ, a pastor I met during campaigning who I really enjoy talking to. I suppose talking to people is a big part his job, mine too now that I think about it. Next, I headed over to my agent’s office, to start getting the final financials done. One of the read more
Two weeks ago I announced my campaign for the office of councillor in the newly created District 7. What a crazy two weeks its been! I have every intention of blogging my campaign, and not just writing carefully parsed words that have passed through political filters I’m glad I’m running. I really enjoy talking to people, hearing their ideas, and talking about the city. People really care about Halifax and they want to see the place realize its potential, but it read more
“It is Africville all over again,” Reverend Rhonda Britton said at City Hall after council voted to approve the sale of St. Patrick’s-Alexandra school, in the heart of Central Halifax, to a developer. That’s a hard thing for residents of Halifax Regional Municipality to hear, judging from letters to the editor and comments on-line at cbc.ca.
I got into the SMU part time MBA! Yay me! However, my non-work non-school time has shrunk to a very small part of my life. I will try and post every couple of weeks. Try is the operative word. Midterms (at work and at school) are happening in two weeks, so we shall see. Thanks for your patience!