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I’ve nearly abandoned this blog since I signed up for Twitter. There’s something so satisfying (especially for an anal-retentive self-editor who makes drafts of message board posts) to keep my inane thoughts to under 140 words.

Also, after several weeks of nerve-wracking uncertainty (because I am also a compulsive planner that fears uncertainty in life most of all), I’ve taken a part-time-temporary-to-perhaps-become-full-time-permanent job as copy editor with Metro. Ma and Pa would be so proud. It’s casual dress code, the work environment seems pretty laid-back, and I love copy editing — on the other hand the office is at Eglinton/DVP and the hours are extremely prohibitive to the acts of socialization. All in all, though, all employment all the time makes Canice a happy girl.

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  1. Posted October 14, 2015 at 11:15 pm | Permalink

    Well done to all fantastic dgiwanrs and excellent ideas. Lets hope the car companies take a look at those environmental and reducing emissions ideas. I loved Kevin’s Power explanation in detail diagram. Again well done to all you young inventors from Belgrove Senior Boys school.I brought my Nissan Leaf to Ballyduff National school outside Waterford city John Carey’s class and gave them a full demo on the car. They also had great ideas on the way electric cars should go.An idea for the ESBecars to hold some competition for primary schools (maybe 2nd level also) around the whole area of the electric car and maybe the ESBecar charge points around the country(e.g essay why my town/village/area should have a charge point, colouring, plan a holiday route using the esb charger map etc etc). Best of luck with the visit to St. Canice‚Äôs GNS in Finglas. Keep spreading the good news regarding ecars.

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