The Lady Truckers…
I’ve spent many, many hours working on this piece. Too many to count.
Wait – that’s a lie. I could probably count the hours if I had been making a concious effort to keep track of them over the course of this semester.
Gosh, between research, sound mixing, script writing, interviews, driving back and forth to Guelph, running around truck stops, getting chased out of truck stops, and the hours and hours spent I spent locked up in the editing room… it must have been at least a hundretty jillion hours. That sounds about right.
But I digress.
Today was a very big day at J-School: the 2010 Canned Festival!
Students in the broadcast streams of the MAJ program got to show off our term projects to faculty, peers, and all of the random librarians and FIMS people who intermittently stopped by to bask in our awesomeness – if only for a moment.
It was a time to make our “swan songs”, as one professor put it.
I thought that this was a lovely sentiment until I got home and googled “swan song“, at which point I became very, very sad.
I would love to stay and blog it up real hard for a while, but I’ve got to finish a paper and then wake up hecka early.
Too many blogworthy life happenings going on for me to have time to blog about them. What a paradox.
Follow my Tweetfeed if you’d like the real time play-by-play. You know how I am, what with the “blah blah blah” and the “tweet tweet tweet”…
Big day tomorrow. Night night.