I've got some pics, there: http://www.flickr.com/photos/8040312@N08/sets/72157600185946243/
The day was a bit long, though...so it can fit into one bigger text:
Melie came with her friend Hélène at 9:30, Melie had told her I have furnitures to sell due to my eminent and longer-than-last-year Liberation. Fine, the fridge/washing machine/dryer/dinner set out for 850$. Now Delphine wants my futon.
Went to the gym. I'm pissed that I'm the only one to have completed, so far, the challenge of 20 minutes of cardio per day for 10 days (Prize money of 500$). I want that money and those calories must be burned before I return to the city of Hot People (well, Montréal is too but I don't feel much concerned while in Berlin I have to be presentable since it's only away from Canada that I "reconnect with my sexuality and maleness" :p) [not to mention that like everytime I post a shot of me, someone will post that I'm fat]
Gilles came at work to tell us he had voted Sarkozy but was ashamed of it. He's forgiven...at 52.8%, his single vote didn't make THAT much difference! :) Marjorie voted blank.
After work, we didn't all have time to return home before going out so we just hung in the park (forgot the name) where there is a Boer War Monument for the Canadian soldiers who went there.
Ok, you need funny stuff so let's recall the toast...
Gilles: And don't forget that if you don't look at each other straight in the eyes it's seven years of bad sex
Me: Fuck that, I've survived 4 so there are only 3 left
Delphine: Jo, stop speaking about this to people. It doesn't make you more appealing
Me: It's always better to make fun of than cry about it. Life is too short, we have to fight and accept adversity
Daniel: Exactly my man, I'm proud of you there! *cheers!*
One more patch on my supressed depression *sarcasm*
So this Sunday a part of the people from work went to eat Moroccan food to celebrate the departure of our boss, Daniel, who has been promoted as the manager of Montréal's Lucky Brand Jeans store. A four-course meal, I ate like two people! And the beer was expensive. However, we did try red wine from Morocco and I was a bit surprised, I had never thought they produced wine!