Monthly Archives: September 2010
My brain is sitting in an apothecary jar filled with viscous amber liquid. It’s been a thinking day…not ruminating, not pondering…thinking. Long, tedious, data filled thoughts that needed to be put in a specific order, catalogued and sent off to … Continue reading
Sesame Street Rules!
The harvest moon rises tonight… drink a toast to Dionysus, the God of wine and ecstasy. The air is tinged with wood smoke and a soft undertone of decay. This night, to me, feels closer to the ‘old ways’ than … Continue reading
This morning I woke up to news that the Conservative government’s motion to eliminate the long-gun registry was defeated in Parliament. (That’s how I roll…I wake up with the dulcet tones of a CBC drone gently easing me into conciousness … Continue reading
Several years ago I stumbled on a National tune on 3Hive…if you don’t know 3Hive, it’s a music blog that’s a lot like lounging with your favourite peeps on a Saturday afternoon, hi-fi system pulled out for better access and … Continue reading
a) This morning brought the cold reality of being Canadian. Literal, cold reality. Frost and snow reality. (I swear there were bell-ringers traipsing through the streets yelling, “…bring out your fleece…”.) I really thought there’d be more time. b) I’ve … Continue reading
“Amazing how much “self-help” advice never gets to the part where you cowboy up and learn how to actually help yourself.” – Merlin Mann This morning it feels as if the daily wear and tear is taking its toll. This … Continue reading
Out last night with SR…dinner with his work peeps celebrating a co-worker’s upcoming nuptials. We start talking about SR’s planned trip to Vegas with one of his oldest and dearest pals. Me: Yeah, but he’s a bit cheap, they might … Continue reading
Ken Turner’s sweet homage to Tim Burton’s ‘Vincent’… a gorgeous reminder to find your bliss, nay-sayers be damned.