Today I woke up having woken from the most wonderful dream where Stephen Harper was on his way out. Thankfully, it was no dream. Today is a new day in Canada. I don’t know if Justin Trudeau’s Liberals will form a great government, but I’m glad that Canadians have repudiated the fear that Harper’s Conservatives have tried to wield over the past nine years, especially in this election. It was gross.
Today also marks day one of a new blogging streak. I ended my last one at 86 days, ironically while at the annual meetup for my company who makes blogging software. I’m also not sure if I can beat that streak, but there’s one way to find out. Going for triple digits this time and not looking back.
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