primroseburrows: (SA: gtpoint)
And I will try not to be so neglectful. I am so out of the fannish loop it isn't even funny. NO MORE, I SAY! FIE ON RL!

So, anyway. There's this. Which? I actually looked into because I'm going to be in Canada at around that time but haven't finalized my plans yet. I found out I would have to buy an entire subscription to see one play, so that's out.

So I was all disappointed, until I found out about this.

So, anyone want to see a Broadway play with me? :)
primroseburrows: (parliament hill)
Yeah, so I missed getting to Ottawa this year for a number of reasons, mostly having to do with my back hating me for most of the Spring. Unless the sky falls on me, However, I'm definitely going next year because the Queen is going to be there. I'd love some company if anyone wants to go with me. :D :D
primroseburrows: (Paul/Canada  OTP)
So you remember that article I showed you? And the picture? Yeah?

Well, here's a companion video. From Rideau Hall, no less. He seems pretty blasé about Eastwick being cancelled, if you ask me (which, yeah, you didn't).

Oh, and he's also thinking about someday making a film about the Plains of Abraham. sdfk;ashdfsd;fhsdf. WANT NOW, PLZ.
primroseburrows: (beaver)
[ profile] peacey says I'm a deep cover field agent who wants to make the US gay for Canada.

I think I want to ravish her a little. *loves exponentially*
primroseburrows: (Default)
Look at what [ profile] npirie made me! I'll be tweaking the text on the comments and such in the next few days.

Isn't it gorgeous? It makes me happy. :)

Thank you, thank you, dear, so much. *twirls you*
primroseburrows: (waldorf)
Woah. Take a look at this. And this.

These guys have taken an inner city carpet factory in Nepal and turned it into a school. A Waldorf school, at that, and they're helping to retain the culture of the children through education. Yay them:

In Nepal, the bombardment of globalization combined with the dehumanizing effects of poverty has given many people a deteriorating sense of identity. CON believes that children must be raised to feel confident in their own backgrounds in order to face the challenges of the 21st century. In CON’s programs, children experience the richness of Nepalese culture while gaining the skills for today’s globalized world.
Children of Nepal firmly believes that culturally-appropriate education holds the key to the eradication of poverty, conflict, and disease.

This is like some kind of miracle in such a depressed, impoverished place. I love reading about stuff like this. Even more, I can help! I really want to sponsor a child. I've always thought this was a good idea, but didn't want to do it through the fundy programmes. This is Waldorf, and they're doing Good Things here.

Even if you can't help financially, they're looking to spread the word, so link away!


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