I'm all ready to go see The Hobbit! I have the 13 dwarves name's memorised and can put those names on faces! I feel that before long I'll be able to sing the song they sing in the preview too.
Also, already have my ticket to go see Eluveitie on December 15th at the Club Soda, Montréal! Rawr! All I need now is to find myself a copy of Evocation 1: The Arcane Dominion. It's the only one I'm missing (if you don't count the first two album which are sold out and have been released on a new remastered version that I own).
Need to rearrange my closet space again; I don't have any space left for any new cd's, dvds, anime, book, manga anymore. I'll have to make myself some space in another room or buy myself a bookcase.
The scrapyard in front of our store closes! And they didn't put a "to sell" sign on the propriety so it's safe to say that it's already sold to someone. We tried to poke them a bit but they won't tell us shit and considering the fact that decontaminating a lot of that size will cost quite a hefty sum I think we can safely say that it's going to be a major competitor and not some small independent entrepreneur. We are hoping for a Walmart... My dad is already ecstatic. We are pretty much the only major business of the city at the moment meaning people often overlook us when they want to go on a full-fledged shopping spree favoring bigger centers like Terrebonne/Mascouche of ever better: Rosemère. If a Walmart opens right on the other side of the road, they're going to attract business from a larger area than what we do and those customers will shop in our store also. When facing the choice of going to Terrebonne for Canadian Tire and then Mascouche for Walmart why not go instead to La Plaine to get both at the same place. The three cities are within a 20 miles radius of each other. Actually only 4 miles separate the Canadian Tire of La Plaine to the one in Terrebonne. Two miles from each side of the highway. And since the one in Terrebonne didn't even loose sales when we opened we can say that the market has a lot of potential. And since Target stores will start establishing themselves in Canada in 2013 Walmart will probably want to saturate the market to pull the carpet from under their feet. Or sonething like that... Anyway...
If a Walmart really opens we'll be finally be able to set our suitcases for a few years and maybe I'll finally be able to buy myself my condo instead of just waiting around always unsure of the future. I'll be a first time homeowner and I plan on owning my first propriety for more than two years thank you! And La Plaine is the perfect place to get a place: the value of the houses hasn't skyrocketed like in Montreal, Laval or other big cities, the taxes are still pretty low and there's that really nice street just behind the store that I've been ogling for two years now. Could cut my travelling time from 25 minutes by car to 5 minutes on foot which is always nice and the proprieties on that street are no older that 4 years. There are a few conservation zones for greenery and a nice bike path and the grocery store is 2 minutes away and I'm already dreaming.
Come on... One step at a time I guess.