“Don’t Quote Me”

Posted by on Dec 31, 2010

The transition from one year to another makes me nostalgic. I invite you to partake in a little walk down memory lane with me that I like to call, “Things I Never Thought I’d Say in 2010:”

“Wendel Clark and Me”

Posted by on Dec 17, 2010

Once upon a time, I was a dedicated Toronto Maple Leaf fan. Stop laughing, you (insert team name here) fans. Making fun of the TML’s is too easy to justify as clever. I had a thick skin back then. I loved my team, our sport, and the agony of blind faith in the ever-elusive goal […]

“My Summer Success”

Posted by on Sep 6, 2010

The pool turned green. The grass turned yellow in blotches. The leaves turned orange on their ends. We needed an extra blanket on our beds. It was inevitable. Summer 2010 was beginning its decent. Summer is a bit like Christmas. The anticipation is exciting. You make plans and try to pack every moment full of […]

“Skipping Stones”

Posted by on Aug 16, 2010

For the second time in my life, I spent the August long weekend grieving the loss of a dear friend to the depths of a beautiful Canadian lake. That is two times too many. Both were men I adored for being true rebels, adventure seekers with tremendous respect for nature and a love of the […]

“Those Summer Nights”

Posted by on Aug 16, 2010

It was a beautiful summer night. The huge orange sun was setting, with the moon already bright and full in the sky, waiting patiently for its turn to shine. The breeze was warm. It felt like summer when I was a child, carefree and seemingly everlasting. Caught up in my nostalgia, I suggested that the […]