5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…






5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Glitch

Glitch is an Australian sci-fi show about a small-town cop named James Hayes who is trying to figure out why six people have risen from the dead in the local cemetery. None of the dead remembers their previous identities, and all of them have come back in perfect health. I’ve seen three of the six episodes of this…






Suggestion Saturday: November 5, 2016

Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny. Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree? Discreet….






Old Is a Relative Term

Someone I know recently celebrated a birthday. They were a little surprised by their new age because it is one of those years that can be associated with belonging to a different demographic. There are perks to reaching this age, but it also changes how companies market to you and what kinds of perks you can…






Guest Post: Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction

Suicidal Thoughts and Addiction: Preventing Tragedy During Recovery Many people who find themselves suffering from an addiction will find themselves experiencing suicidal thoughts. People who abuse substances are more likely to attempt suicide, particularly if they have a mental health condition. Taking measures to prevent or treat suicidal thoughts during addiction recovery, instead of focusing…






Is This How Ghost Stories Begin?

Everything I am about to tell you is completely true. Some of the older residents of my apartment building like to tell stories about the people who have died here. One person was young and died suddenly for reasons that I’ve never been able to tease out. There is a hush that comes over the conversation when…






Suggestion Saturday: October 29, 2016

Here is this week’s extra large list of comic strips, short stories, essays, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Nearly all of today’s links are about Halloween in some way because this is my favourite holiday of the year! Must Try October Pumpkin Recipes via Remocam. These recipes are making me drool. The french toast…






The Story of the Man Who Argued with an Expert

Last night I attended a free lecture that was given by a local scientist who has dedicated a few decades of his life to studying Alzheimer’s disease. The lecture itself was excellent. A distant relative of mine had this disease at a time when there were no treatments for it at all. We helplessly watched her fade away over…






Guest Post: Perseverance

I first want to thank Lydia Schoch for allowing me unleash the plague of my thoughts upon the airwaves of this blog. You should all be afraid. Today I want to talk about chasing your dreams and really going after what you want. This can be one of the most soul crushing things you can…






Try It Another Way

I’m going to get today’s point across by telling you a few stories. The Dryer Game The laundry facility I use is small, crowded, and often quite busy. There have been times when every single washer and dryer is in use when I’ve shown up with my dirty laundry. Once there was even a line of…






Suggestion Saturday: October 22, 2016

Here is this week’s list of poems, essays, comic strips, short stories, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web. Wingless. This should be a full novel. Wow! Everything Happens for a Reason. People may mean well when they use this phrase, but I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who…