Well, I do have to say–regardless to what I actually thought about last night’s parade, it was still significantly better than last year’s Pembroke equivalent. That, of course, in the sense that the child we’re forced to affectionately call my brother’s fiance was, in fact, not present at this one. Always makes for a perfect evening, if you ask me. More floats than you could shake a stick at, and only one actual band worth noting, but I think I’d of still gone to that one before a return to Pembroke. Plus we got coffee out of it–can’t go wrong there, I think. Or if you can, please don’t try to. We did kind of come to the conclusion that it’d be nice to probably end up at the Toronto equivalent parade at some point in the near future. It’s odd, I spent 3 years living an hour away from TO and never bothered going there for the Christmas parade. Small oversight that was never corrected. Added to the list of things to do when I get around to it. Either way, I rather enjoyed myself. And of course, staying up ’til 4:00 in the morning yacking someone’s ear off for no real reason than because we could wasn’t too bad either. Yeah I know I had to work the next day, but I’m here. I had caffeine. I have more caffeine in my lunch. If it becomes an issue, it won’t be for long. Anyway, back to parade talk. Not all that great overall, I wouldn’t say it’s something worth videotaping, but it still beat the hell out of Pembroke. Which was all I was really aiming for.