I haven’t blogged about anything in the last couple of months. It’s not that I haven’t been up to anything, I’ve just been busy. Since my last blog post I’ve been to Toronto twice, rang handbells for the end-of-year concert (bells run from September to May for me), done some geocaching, taken some photos (see my Flickr feed) and started steering dragonboats several times a week. The Ottawa Dragonboat Festival is taking place in just over a week’s time, so I’m on the water Monday (twice), Tuesday, Wednesday (twice) and occasionally on other days to help out teams that need a steersman for a practice. As things stand right now, the only day this week that I’m not going to be on the water is tomorrow, but that could change.
Speaking of Thursday, please be sure to exercise your right to vote in Ontario’s election by voting for your favourite candidate or showing up at the polling place and declining your ballot. If you don’t vote for your preferred candidate because you want to “send them a message”, you don’t get to complain when they don’t get in and you’re upset. And if you don’t vote at all, or at least decline your ballot, you don’t get to complain at all.