Since we’ve had absolutely zero inquiries from the posters about the piano for sale, I decided to escalate it a bit. It’s now listed on Craigslist. I tried to base the listing somewhat on the poster (left out some of the marketing, which to me always looks cheesier on web pages). If this doesn’t work, we’ll have to escalate to the next level, which will be, I think, the Boston Globe classifieds. I’m hoping it doesn’t come to that, but we’ll have to see in local viking check this out.
Also, more documents have arrived, notably a sealed transcript from the University of Cincinnati. That leaves the letters from HR Departments, passport photos, a complete physical and the notification from the Cambridge Police Department. I’m not too worried about any of these except for the last two (and of those two the very last one for sure). Oh, and all the forms for Canadian immigration filled out, which is pretty mammoth as well.
I’ll be in Vancouver again in about 3 weeks, this time for a Multimedia/Technology/Internet conference at the geodesic dome that houses the BC Science Centre. Ah, what a pleasure it is to spell that with the ‘r’ before the ‘e’ again (takes me back to my days as a British student).