30 and holding
"Hey guys, I've got
POOL NOODLE HAMMOCK
Born in the lovely picturesque province of Alberta,
Stacey was raised in Fredericton, the City of Slow Men Working
in Trees. She recently returned to the land of her birth for a nice
convention and vacation. As it turns out, Calgary is a pleasant little city where the
streets make sense and, if you look real hard, you can see mountains. To see 400 pictures
of mountains and 50 pictures of dinosaurs from her trip, click here.
After a few years in law school. she has led her classmates on a mass exodus out of the
world of private practice and into the world of not-for-profit. She now tells little kids
how they can work
the system and stay out of jail. Also, she tells them how to
deal with bullies. Her advice; hit them with a stick and
run. She does, in fact, rock. Bow down and kneel
before her greatness, and wish you could be like her.
The three adjectives Stacey uses to describe herself are
intuitive, direct and hard-working. The three adjectives
others use to describe her cannot be used here, since her
husband is the editor of this site and values his
life. Or, at least, has certain body parts he'd like to
Last year's NB Survivor marked the official beginning to
"Staceypalooza", the "Thirty Days of Thirty" set aside to
celebrate her thirtieth birthday. Now, the Year of the Stacey is ending,
but as she turns 31, we start celebrating NBSurvivor 2006 on her birthday. For those of
you who haven't done the math, her birth date is August
4th, 1975, and one of the reasons for this trip.
As it turns out, Stacey is most like the real Survivor, Stacey.