The Eleventh of August, Two Thousand and Eleven

Since the lockout ended, the cafe at Films opened again, with a new food services company. As a gift to our starved company, they gifted us this huge loaf of bread, which is hopefully an indicator of the bounty all of us will enjoy in the coming season.

After a long day at work, we headed to our friends' home to help them move out. To my surprise, while moving boxes from their garage, I discovered the Stanley Cup! Victory was mine.

Kreg, Monika and I helped them pack two U-Hauls full of their entire lives' belongings. They were short on time, and in exchange for beers and laughs, we loaded two trucks and cleaned out as much as we could.

Though we don't see Bruce (my brother and lead singer of Red 7 Fury) and Dee (our close friend, and our wedding photographer)as much as we'd all like, it's always nice to know that no matter how much time and distance separates our face-to-face encounters, we're always there for each other. Best of luck to both of them, and their beautiful children, in their new and ongoing adventures!

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