Episode 264 - Bathroom Art


Hey, it snowed last night. That’s bullshit.

Oh and this one is short. I lost a segment due to user error, and another due to software error.

Isabelle did a road trip to Sudbury yesterday to check out a couple of shows. She also went to Blind River (which is offensive) and checked out their museum, where she has a show coming up.

There’d be more here, but, there isn’t because of the aforementioned issues.

Episode 254 - Hot Coated


OK, now for the weather update……

It’s not so cold, but we had freezing rain, and a LOT of snow yesterday. Jon dows not want to accept any help shovelling, which is odd.

Isabelle’s group at 180 Projects (it’s not 'her group per se, but I can’t think of another way to express this) hosted an opening this week. It went well. There was a report about it on Radio Canada, as it was the first francophone art exhibit in the city since 1987.

The roads are a mess.

There was a fire last week downtown, big doings afoot.

I bought us a new shovel, because one of our snow shovels broke.

I had a fun encounter with an International student on the bus.

Episode 247 - Shiny Holiday Moms

Six years ago today we were i a special level of hell

Six years ago today we were i a special level of hell

OK, so I was looking through that facebook ‘On This Day’ deal and found a picture from 2012. It turns out that 2012 had the same December we currently have, meaning December 22 was on a Saturday. Well, let’s see how that looked. You can see in the photo that it was a nightmare. OK, my hope, as I type this, is that it is not that bad, but I fear it may be worse. At least the renovations are done at the grocery store.

I’m sure the liquor store will be fine.

Actually a bit better this year.

Actually a bit better this year.

Hey, Maddie is in town!

We are beta testing a new podcasting app, Backpack Studio, the successor to Bossjock. Well, it crashed and we lost our first segment. So, I guess I’ll file a bug report….

We’re going to make art this afternoon. Me, Isabelle, Jon, Maddie and Ross. It will be inspired by Ross’s Mom Tammy who died a little over a year ago.

The grocery store was a nightmare, and holy crap is it hot in there.

The LCBO was not as bad.

Isabelle might be having a show soon!

Christmas Eve is our own tradition. Each of us makes a dish or two. This year it’s tapas.

Merry Christmas to all of you from the Michaud-Brodbeck family.