Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Well, I survived the holidays without any major incidents.

Al's mom and brother visited us for about a week, which was cool. I feel really bad about taking them to Christmas dinner at my mom and sister's house though, because they must have been completely bored out of their skulls (well, I was, so I don't know why it would be any different from them). Anyway, I regret inflicting that on them so soon after meeting them.

We went to see "Elizabeth" last night -- it was fantastic! Elizabeth was a kick-ass queen, and is now my monarch-hero. It used to be Catherine the Great, but I've changed my mind. Elizabeth I was definitely much cooler. My favorite line from the movie was: "I will only have one mistress here, and I will have no master!" (Or something like that -- we'll have to wait until I buy the video for the exact wording....;-) Oh, and the actor who played Elizabeth is *so* beautiful...she looks like the woman who played "Orlando," but it's been so long since I've seen it that I can't be sure. Maybe I'll go look it up at IMDB.com.

Well, I'm back at work, and definitely happier than last week. Things have calmed down considerably between Al and I; after breaking up earlier this month, things have been fairly tense between us. I guess that relinquishing some of my tight-fisted control over my emotions about the whole thing helped us both be a little more comfortable.

Having said that, I still believe that I'm officially depressed. I stopped taking St. John's Wort last month because I wasn't sure how much of my negative mood was due to actual physiological reasons and how much was due to the tumultuous nature of my life. I decided that I'd wait awhile to see how things went; after the initial crash from not taking it, I have been continually blue for the last month. *shrug* I'm still not sure though. Then I started thinking it may be side effects of the carsoma I am taking for my muscle pain. But who knows? The holidays are always a little rough for me, and this year has been particularly terrible because of other circumstances. I may still wait a month or two before starting to take it again, just to see if things improve.

On the positive side, I'm still quite thrilled about going back to school next month. I'm finally doing an apprenticeship. I just think it's an easier way to gain qualifications and experiences than doing a full course.

1 comment:

  1. Approximately twelve and a half years ago I drove down into what appeared to be a base underneath Oak Hammock Marsh Manitoba Canada (protected wildlife sanctuary), I completely forgot the experience until reading a report on underground Nazi bases 8 months ago (The Omega Files), I then used Google Earth to view Oak Hammock Marsh and the surrounding areas, I found numerous irregularities including: a flying saucer that appears to be broke down in the mud, two saucers with adaptive camo and what appears to be their landing vehicles nearby them, a landing area that appears to be marked with two swastikas and protected by 2 anti-aircraft weapons, a wormhole in a backyard neighboring Oak Hammock Marsh and a large white/silver tank 100 feet North of that wormhole. Since remembering driving down into what appeared to be a base and finding these irregularities using Google Earth I have not stopped making this known, in my opinion anything less would be committing treason against Canada. These images and links are posted on my Facebook account which is open to the public. In my photo album named Possible Nazi base on Canadian soil I have included images taken from previous satellite imaging of Oak Hammock Marsh (Google Earth Pro) so it is possible to see what is normally in those areas.

    Link to Possible Nazi base on Canadian soil Facebook photo album.

    Links to Google Earth showing parts of a possible Nazi base on Canadian soil

    Landing area marked with 2 swastikas and protected by 2 anti-aircraft weapons, west 400 feet is adaptive camo saucer, distortion around edges of saucer is visible.


    Saucer (possibly broken down), 2 mud tracks from it trying to take off or skimming the ground to avoid radar detection, 400 feet NNE of that is the landing vehicle for the saucer.


    Wormhole in backyard of property and large white/silver tank 100 feet North of that.


    Saucer landing vehicle, saucer NW of that at end of mud track with adaptive camo, distortion can be seen around edges of saucer.


    Technology used to create projection top on base, when I drove down into the base 12.5 years earlier the projection was turned off.


    Statement from the former Canadian Minister of National Defense.


    News report on chem trails.


    Nazi bell uncovered (Nazi bell used by the Nazis to create wormholes)