UPDATE--SEPT. 17, 2017
FIRST OFF: My sincerest thanx to everyone who's supported me and thanked me, and voted on my lists, or this
list for that matter. I didn't think anyone would care enough about me. Your attention in stopping in to read what I have written is more than enough, more than I deserve. Thank U all so very, very much ;-D
SECOND: So very sorry for the long overdue update. I know I kind of left y'all hanging. My fault!
I got quite busy over the summer and didn't have much time to keep up with updating everyone on my condition. My condition improved VASTLY over the summer, I met a great group of new friends. Actually, they were my classmates. I took an 8-week long college course at Sprott Shaw. The course was on Tourism & Hospitality Training, I got to learn and acquire a whole bunch of new skills. Toward the end of the course we were learning a lot about Wine Introduction. I got to do a few tastings.
I got so used to going to class that I looked upon my classmates (there were only 4 of us who stuck around till the end of the course) as my secondary family. Needless to say, once the course was over, and we all had to say our goodbyes, I got deeply introverted. Again... my fault (problem).
I will say this though, I wish I had better news to report but unfortunately my stomach issues have began to resurface and I'm struggling between dealing with that and trying to look for work. Neither task is as easy as it sounds.
On top of which, I don't know how much my fellow readers or fellow Listal members, follow Canadian news, but this past summer has been a SHITSTORM for extreme Canadian weather. Most of May to June British Columbia was bombarded and pelted with heavy rain showers (no doubt, due in some part to the mass chemtrails we were experiencing over our skies???) many local small businesses suffered a significant hit during the summer because of the damages the water levels did, a lot of homes suffered damage as well and there were even some evacuations taking place. People couldn't even get to work because large sink holes were developing in the middle of roads. There was a massive relief effort that took place to due sandbagging on many of the dikes and riverbeds.
If that wasn't enough. No sooner did it begin to warm up, we went from extreme cold to extreme heat. The FIRES
began, the most devastating natural disaster to hit my province, perhaps the entire country at that, in nearly all of recorded history. So many thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of hectares of forestry, LOST due to massive amounts of forest fires that sprung up over the summer. The situation has become so extreme that it's now become standard policy/citizens are encouraged to 'narc'
should they spot someone flicking discarded cigarette butts into the brush.
SO MANY evacuations, SO MANY homes lost, lives ruined, businesses destroyed, it's been a three month long waking nightmare!! :-O And the strangest part of it all. A lot of the fires turned out to be confirmed by local RCMP to be undoubtedly 'set deliberately'. That's right folks, somebody out there is going around trying to burn my fuckin' country down. And everybody's mad as hell!!
I have a friend who says this is all part of something called Agenda 2030, but... that's another subject for another day.