November 3, 2010
Proof: I was walking into the kitchen while mumbling to myself in a pretentious New England accent (don’t ask, I’m embarrassed already) “let us contemplate the inherent…” when my left big toe caught in the hem of the opposite polar bear pajama pant leg and I pitched headlong into the door frame. As I hauled myself up and rubbed my bruised shoulder, I could feel my cheeks getting red hot…
Conclusion A: Yes. Without a doubt!
Conclusion B: Those who cannot multitask should keep their pant legs rolled up!
December 15, 2009
Standing atop a frozen hilltop yesterday before dawn, I beheld an apocalyptic vision… a smoking, ruinous, hulk of a city lay spread out beneath me, its jagged skyline blurred by countless plumes of thick grey steam. A thousand tiny yellow licks of flame glowed bright against the blackness – a thousand twinkling windows. Man, it was cold out.
November 26, 2009
Official SavingCymbria Iverson Tribute ~We'll miss you!~
The husband and I got into a heated debate last night over Allen Iverson’s retirement. I argued that ‘ego’ had to have been a factor in the gifted basketball player’s decision to leave the game. This accusation came across as cruel blasphemy to the diehard fan beside me on the couch.
“He doesn’t have an ego!” My husband was obstinate. “He’s just proud and uncompromising.”
Point. Set. Match.
Update: Way to go Philly for making this post entirely null and void
November 12, 2009
I found this gem of a quote in the back of The Calgary Sun:
“What you love – becomes your master.”
“Would you agree?” I asked my ever-so-wise husband.
“Oh, yes.” He smiled at me, and kept smiling until I figured out why.
October 21, 2009
“We know plenty of women and men that would wear a $3 million dollar diamond covered bra even if it made them bleed!”
– Perez Hilton www.cocoperez.com
October 5, 2009
If you see this sign... You'd better watch out!
Starts out all innocent...
Then someone invites a friend...
Then the friends start adding up...
And pretty soon you've got a real party!
I came across this charming ‘cow tree’ in New Brunswick last month. There was magic in that warm August air, and I couldn’t resist bringing some back to Calgary to share with all my readers. Of course, the ‘real’ lesson here is that the inherent romance of some settings can even, on the rare occasion, transend species. Oh Newton, how different your future (and all of ours!) might have been if you’d planted yourself under a cow tree on that sunny afternoon in Lincolnshire.