Monthly Archives: March 2008

I Should Have Switched Seats

I’m a creature of habit and I don’t much care for crowds so when I take the Go train in the morning and again in the evening, I always board the train in the very first (or last car) depending … Continue reading

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Going Home

Every time I go home to Halifax I always find myself feeling more and more removed from the place where I grew up. This is in large part a result of how much I continue to change between visits, and … Continue reading

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In the Mood to Meme

Stolen from So Anyway…1. What was the last blog you left a comment on? Kat’s, when she was looking for a poker game.2. Favorite black and white movie? From the classics? The usual – The Philadelphia Story, It’s A Wonderful … Continue reading

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Bunny Love

I love working downtown, love being able to walk to my office from the train station regardless of the weather and especially enjoy it during the holidays. During Christmas, I was walking along Queen Street the morning that Chum turned … Continue reading

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The Great Clothing Exchange

Whenever my sisters and I get together in the same city, the temptation to rummage through each others suitcases is irresistable and what follows is the trying on of the clothes that don’t belong to us. Following that, the negotiations … Continue reading

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Love is Blonde

According to the marquee above the Hooters at John and Queen it is.I don’t know if love is blonde or even what that means really, but I am finally blonde and my love for my blondeness is complete. I’ve gone … Continue reading

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International Women’s Week

This week is International Women’s Week. We held a workshop at work today on domestic violence, during which they played a 911 call made by a little girl who was sobbing into the phone because her daddy was hurting her … Continue reading

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