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Drowning in ToDo's

Just a quick update, after having a daughter and watching just how much time is being asked of me doing extra curricular activities I am finding that I am drowning in my ToDo lists.

Until I get a handle on this I will be offline for a bit on my blog.

I am loving life, but busy living it.

Surprised Yes. Not Afraid. New NDP/WR/PC/LIB/AP Goverment (In that order)

If your interested in how 57% of Albertans voted Click Here

NDP - 54 Seats (Up 49)
WR - 21 Seats (Up 19)
PC - 10 Seats (Down 60)
LIB - 1 Seat (Down 4)
AP - 1 Seat (Up 1)

Clear majority NDP. Likely a coalition swap of power where PC endorse WR values, and LIB/AP allowed to blow in the wind either way on issues that matter to their riding. Which is important because different view points need to be voiced.

Potential By-election in Prentice riding. Seems being on the other side of the legislature isn't what he had planned on committing to. Probably a good thing in the end. I think in some ways he helped by speaking his mind and showing why Parties shouldn't be running politics. A lesson I can only hope the NDP don't also succumb to.

Probably going to see the most interesting form of politics in a long time. A labour minded government. This is going to be an interesting ride. I would like to point out that with 57.01% voter turnout we may have a majority in seats sitting as N…

Restore CSA

Blind spots. We all have them. If not in our cars while we change lanes, indeed we have them in our lives. In government blind spots exist in plain site. When we are confronted with blind spots, its what we do with the surprise that is important.

We stumble into the blind spots, surprised at first. We take notice, stare briefly, and quickly move forward. Every so often recanting these moments with friends and find that we share similar experiences. The communal feel of this shared moment is liberating.

So it was an interesting reaction I had when I was directed to a website by a small electrical code publisher. A snore of a story ingrained into our everyday lives. Yet the story was much more than I wanted to know, but also it was amazing. The story is a Biblical David vs. Goliath situation, except in this case both parties used to need each other, until one decided they should go beyond their regulatory boundaries.

If you have some time check out the publisher PS Knight Co. and their …