Monthly Archives: September 2008

A day in the life

Thursday, September 25th 5:00 amThe alarm goes off. The CBC is broadcasting the news from Australia, because apparently no decent Canadian would be up at this hour and wanting to listen to current events. I am lulled awake by the … Continue reading

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My first Marathon

Yesterday I ran my first marathon. It was hard. Like, what the hell have I done, I am so stupid, can’t I just quit? hard. But I did it. What I only realised on an intellectual level, was that running … Continue reading

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Vampires, Politics and Millenials=conservatism?

I know what you’re thinking. Someone’s been sucking a little too hard and fast on the whiskey bottle. But I swear, no. Really. Just hear me out, for crying out loud! I just finished Breaking Dawn , the fourth book … Continue reading

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As if I needed confirmation

My daughter wrote a letter to her favorite author the other day. She has fallen in love with Chris Riddell‘s Ottoline books and wanted to tell him how much she appreciated them. Dramatic pause. Now, to say I am thrilled … Continue reading

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