Wee Internet Empire Update - 29 Nov 2022
Being Sick Really Sucks
Well folks, it’s way past time to write to you and bring you up to date with recent events.
Bottom line… for well over a week I had been completely taken out of service, to such a point that even Otis the Cat was expressing concern about my wellbeing. So you know how serious that was!
The cause was the flu. I may do a blog post about it.
The result was that, basically since my last newsletter, nothing has been done on my “Wee Internet Empire”. And I don’t apologize for that. I couldn’t even get out of bed.
Last January, I let you know about the YouTube channel belonging to a friend of ours. Ruby Mackenzie had started her cooking channel, Ruby’s Classic Cooking.
Since then, she has posted more than fifty videos and amassed over 3000 views. Congratulations Ruby.
I highly recommend you go check out her channel and subscribe. She has shared some really good solid recipes. I know, as in years past I have enjoyed her cooking.
Recently I was able to view a documentary series, A Portrait of Chinatown (trailer), recently completed by a local videographer, Jordon Hon. This was of great interest to me as, not only does Kim’s family have deep roots in Edmonton’s Chinatown, but we also spend considerable time there and have a number of friends who are business owners and/or residents there.
I’m hopeful there will be more “Wee Internet Empire” activity related to this docuseries by Jordon.
Last, but by far not least, son Colin Le Sueur with his company “By Odin’s Beard RPG”, is listed as a finalist for designer of the year in the Dicebreaker Tabletop Awards. As well his game “We Deal In Lead” is in the running for people’s choice tabletop game of the year. Congratulations Colin.
Until next time, thank you to all my new subscribers. All subscribers are much appreciated so please do share with your friends.
The reward for subscribing is that I get to share my passion of stuff with you. Thanks so much.
Flu is basically done, so now it’s time to live the words of one of our favourite Food Channel celebrities, Robert Irvine of Restaurant Impossible. “Let’s Get To Work!”