Monthly Archives: June 2002

Happy Anniversary

turn out the light and close your eyes and hold me next to you dream of my smile, sounds of my voice and feel my blood rush through my arms and my legs, my hands and my toes my feet, … Continue reading

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The Night TIFF came to Town

Timothy Findley died last Thursday. This means that there will be no more great Findley stories like, The Wars, Not Wanted on the Voyage, and Pilgrim. In my seconds year of university I had to attend a reading. At the … Continue reading

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Five for Friday – home

This was a good topic. I have been thinking about writing a more about some of the unique places I have lived. Here are my Friday Five answers. 1. Do you live in a house, apartment or a condo? An … Continue reading

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A Simple Plan?

Last night I watched the movie Shallow Grave and though it is not exactly the same as A Simple Plan, a movie I watched last month, they both have taught the same valuable lesson: Even if I think I am … Continue reading

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Two for Tuesday – animals

This week Kelly has a couple of questions about animals. Enjoy 1. Tell us about your one of your first pets. When I was growing up my family had small dogs. My dad has always had a soft spot for … Continue reading

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Make me a mix tape

bq. “I’ll make you a tape if you want.” “Would you? Really? I could have my own Groucho Club at home.” “No problem. I love making tapes.” I know that I’ll do it , tonight, probably, and I also know … Continue reading

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Worlds Collide

Kelly posted something that made me think about the summer trip we have planned. In approximately one month, we’re packing up and heading east. The original plan was to go visit my brother and his fiancee in Sudbury, Ontario. But … Continue reading

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Pickle Pike Lake and The Niece

We go camping to sit on the beach and read. Last summer, I read six book in nine days. I know we should probably hike several hours day and climb rock faces, but we like to relax. Of course we … Continue reading

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And after I just read the statistics about lying

I went to the optometrist today and he caught me lying. But really, I have an excuse or two. 1. It was very early in the morning. At 8:00 AM, my eyes don’t usually focus properly 2. I was confused. … Continue reading

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Charter of Rights and Freedoms? Hmm, never heard of it

$300,000 "security money" to Stoney Nation comes as no surprise to Council of Canadians News Release June 12, 2002 OTTAWA, ONTARIO – The revelation that the Alberta Stoney Nation received $300,000 from the federal government to pay for the reserve’s … Continue reading

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