Friday, April 13, 2012

Blog Guelph: Lucky See, Lucky Do

Rainbow 2008, originally uploaded by Sheena Carter.

I have the greatest faith that you're each sitting pretty this Friday the 13th. Here's hoping you're not friggatriskaidekaphobic, or is that paraskevidekatriaphobic?
Pish, I say. (Whilst crossing my fingers)
For extra measure, Sheena Carter and I are offering her capture of an especially auspicious double rainbow over downtown Guelph. Take this as your lucky gem for the day then, should you need.

All you truly require to live a charmed life is to open your mind and relish the upside, right? Glass half full and all that? If this seems a bit simple, then you are not heeding my advice. I recommend that you sneer at superstitious nonsense, snigger in the face of danger, and categorically thumb your nose at ignorance. Go on! Turn life on it's head today: deny the power mongers, walk under ladders, embrace all the black cats that you can muster, and most definitely do not follow the leaders.

Above all though, go see the remainder of Kazoo! Fest 2012 this weekend. Kazoo! Fest is a five day music and art festival that happens April 11-15th in the heart of downtown Guelph. This year is the 5th annual festival that will feature approximately 30 of Canada’s best new bands, multimedia art, a zine & comic expo, visual art, workshops and more.

pssst.... 1+3+0+4+2+0+1+2 = 13...
Enough said.

-DowntownLynn

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