“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” -Maya Angelou Once upon a time, there was a girl who was given a heart to call her own. It was the prettiest thing she had ever seen: large and bright and made of something like glass. She was very happy and she … More A girl’s story
I’ve been on pause for a few months now. And by “pause” I mean a rather long break, and by “I” I mean this blog. After my last post on the last day of November, in which I successfully blogged every single day (cue applause track), I fell off the blogging bandwagon hard – or maybe … More Pause For Adventure
It takes five positives to make up for one negative, or so they say. It’s been a long month, and before I break out that long-awaited advent calendar, it only seems right to wrap up the month with some year-end-ish reflections. And yes, Dec. 31st is still a month off – don’t panic! – but fun fact … More Five To One
Today around the world there were rallies calling for the world leaders meeting in Paris for the 21st time to discuss the climate, to actually do something about climate change. As one speaker said today at Ottawa’s pre-march rally, “It’s not a good thing that we’re at COP21.” Canada sent the world’s “hottest leader,” which … More COMIC: Urgency
Today I’m excited to share with you a guest post I wrote for Sreejit Poole’s November series: Walking With Intention. It’s part of the reason most of my posts this week have been fairly lackadaisical, as I’ve been focusing my writing energies on this: Walking With Intention: The Seductiveness of “Next Time.” I hope you’ll … More Walking With Intention…To The Dungeon
My husband complains that I never listen to his ideas. My complaint is that he never (okay, rarely) reads my blog. So here’s one of his ideas, we’ll see if he notices… Tonight I made an interesting discovery: popcorn shrimp. Some people take things a little too literally, perhaps. It wasn’t bad, though. Brings back … More Popcorn Shrimp, Literally.
It’s days like today that the American dominance of the Internet is most apparent. Not that I have anything against Thanksgiving, it’s just… I celebrated Thanksgiving with my fellow Canadians over a month ago. If you, like me, fall outside the American sphere and are feeling overwhelmed by all this Thanksgiving and Black Friday business, … More Don’t Panic! This Is Not A Thanksgiving Post