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Category Archives: Humour
The Age Fairy brought me another birthday. Don’t worry, I won’t spend it all in one place. I got up this morning and I was at least 2.76% wiser. That’s pretty cool. Take what you can get in a recession, eh? All I got for my birthday, really, is this curious sense of “What now?” that [...]
I had too much wine on Saturday night, wrote this. Didn’t publish it for fear I might’ve said too much. In vino veritas and all. So here’s the version you see. :) I’m being antisocial. Again. I’m at that point where people are draining me, so I know I need my time to myself. Some guy’s [...]
I’ve been foiled by the evil estrogenies on my long weekend Monday, and my monthly female visitor is making its presence known. Happily, I’m now medicated. More happily, TiVo ate some Breakfast Club and is serving it up fresh for me this morning — one of those few movies I can recite more than half. [...]
I don’t have much of a garden — three tomato plants and four basils — but I’m deeply attached to the bounty and willing to put in the work. Basil, well, that’s easy enough. Wait until June, plant, water often, eat often, be happy. Tomatoes? Good god. Apparently they need pollinators! One thing we apartment-dwellers on the [...]
As you may or may not know, I’ve lost 75 pounds and replaced my wardrobe completely at least four times now over the last 20 months, as the economy has slid deeper and deeper and the sales grown far more vast and everpresent. Being a lowly writer-type girl who works to live rather than lives [...]
Every vacation comes with that one day when Nothing Really Goes As Planned. For me, that day was Thursday. I got up early, psyched and ready for a great day. The plan? Throw my bike on a bus and do an extensive cycling tour of Kelowna for my last day in town. I’d pick up [...]