Monthly Archives: October 2006

Let Me Not Dream

It’s been almost a year since I spent the night at the sleep lab and was prescribed sleeping pills to help control the parasomnia that I’ve been suffering for the past few years and ever since I’ve been on my … Continue reading

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Even If I Could Eat It, I Wouldn’t

“…a batter mix made with Coca-Cola syrup, a drizzle of strawberry syrup, and some strawberries. Balls of the batter are then deep-fried, ending up like ping-pong ball sized doughnuts which are then served in a cup, topped with Coca-Cola syrup, … Continue reading

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Never Too Late To Love Your Body

I had every intention to participate in this year’s boobie-thon like I did last year, just as I had planned on mentioning Love Your Body Day but as a result of everything else that’s been happening the past few weeks, … Continue reading

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I Want Crisp Bedding in White Paper Packages

When I was in university I worked at a drycleaners in what was considered the ‘elite’ mall on Spring Garden Road in Halifax. The drycleaning shop was located on the bottom floor with other services including a bakery, a florist, … Continue reading

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How the Hell Do You Draw Saskatchewan?

We had friends over last night for dinner but during a pre-dinner Scrabble game, Laura and I got into my last bottle of Wolftrap and shortly after we finished dinner we were compelled to open a second bottle of wine. … Continue reading

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Three For the Price of One

Yesterday afternoon Tay and I hit the theatre for a double header (The Prestige, followed by Flags of Our Fathers) and on our way home we stopped at the Gap so I could get a pair of jeans that would … Continue reading

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The Only Reasons I Have Not Died From Hunger

The night I stayed in the hospital following my surgery, Tay stopped at the grocery store and went through the aisles, picking up things that he thought that I would be able to eat following my surgery. As with anything, … Continue reading

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