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This is what it could look like when one completely deconstructs a life as one knows it, and how to build from the ground up. Alternatively, this is a fresh look at an old story. The fine art of falling apart.

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I'm so glad it's Saturday. I was so glad it was Friday yesterday, as well. I left Pang and came back to Hall Beach meaning I spent the majority of my time on airplanes yesterday. I always think I'm so used to flying around, but I still get a little leery when there's a rough landing or something. But Bailey and I arrived safely.

Between flights in Iqaluit, I ran out and got take-out Chinese to bring back with me. I have priorities.

Then home and the Sopranos and chinese food last night. I stayed up late, and slept even later today. I've just been tooling around on the internet since getting up. My cup of coffee is cold, and my cigarettes just don't taste as good as they should.

More chinese food and Sopranos slated this evening. It's a lively night planned, let me tell you.
In other news, I've accepted a job offer and am moving in about 1.2 weeks to the Northwest Territories. I will be in a 'real' town with a lot of other people, a new apartment, and new things to explore. Most importantly (in my mind, right now) is the fact I will be able to drive out of the new place anytime I want to. I can explore to my hearts content in my spare time. I'll be buying a car, and paying new bills and having new experiences with a different cultural group.

I'm excited. I kept things in the background with this new venture just because nothing was set in stone. I guess it is now. I'm a little sad to be leaving the friends I've made, and the community here, but I feel like I'm pretty much done with my experience in Arctic Canada.

I will be in Yellowknife in May for work related reasons, and hope to clap my eyes on the houseboat community they have there. They apparently have drive in movies in the summer, only you go in a canoe not a car....how cool is that?? I'll also be in a new time zone, which will make for interesting phone calls as I am sure I will forget what time it is in other places when I get the urge to chat.

on to new things.

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