music, reading, writing

The World According to Garp and John Prine: Double whammy kismet

It's strange how you make a simple choice, then the universe sends you signs that it wasn't a simple choice at all, there is a reason you made the decision you did. Kismet. In the summer, I mentioned to my husband that I wanted to read The World According to Garp by John Irving again.… Continue reading The World According to Garp and John Prine: Double whammy kismet

life

I Remember

An early post this week, in honour of Remembrance Day. Thank you to all veterans and current military trying to protect freedom and human rights around the world. I remember. It's important to recognize that Remembrance Day is not only about veterans that have lost their lives. Many soldiers return home with more than just… Continue reading I Remember

chronic illness, life, MS, writing

Grant, the cabbie has the cure!

I wake up slightly hungover and more than ready to get home. Strung out after four days facing my own anxiety and the fact that some women never leave high school, I need some serious solitude. I phone a cab and wait outside in the crisp morning air, dying for coffee. The cab pulls up… Continue reading Grant, the cabbie has the cure!

gratitude, life, writing

Blogger Recognition Award

Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Canadians! Continuing on the theme of things to be grateful for, I have to thank Ruth at Melanin Talks for nominating me for The Blogger Recognition Award. If you haven't checked out her blog yet, head on over there for interesting posts from a 20-something Congolese student living in the… Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award