Grade 5 Class Picture That's me. The little girl in the blue "U.S. Boys" sweater, standing beside my Fifth Grade teacher, Mr. Huebert. I have a bow in my hair my mom made and had me wear that day. I was supposed to pull off the sweater to reveal the nice dress she picked out [...]
For The Quiet - Coming November 2020 This website is very much like my journal and I tend to share things here that I may not share with just anyone. There is something comforting and protective in sitting behind the screen of a laptop and talking about the things in my life that feel like [...]
Korean Dramas teach us about the power of a kiss
The Kevin Show Episode 2 - The Writers Block - On SoundCloud
Tears prick my eyes Years pass like shock waves through my body Time, a sucking wound, in the center of my soul So unassuming, who knew it could be a weapon It pours over me, molten, melting away barriers Nerves exposed and vulnerable I acknowledge my strength, my insignificance I am humbled Varied, exciting and [...]
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It's a breezy Monday morning in the 'Shwa. It is the first day of Autumn, and the sun is just beginning to stretch and yawn. The rain has washed away any mistakes made over the weekend. It's a brand new day. Let's create something new.
First thing this morning I see several giant crows (a murder of crows - yeah, a bit disquieting) milling around my neighbourhood and think to myself, 'huh, look at these guys. They won't even move when they hear a car coming. Jerks.' Then, I get to the train station and see this: Okay... I say [...]
And other things that go BUMP in the night...
I grew up in a blue-collar city called Oshawa. It used to be known as "The city that moto-vates Canada" as an homage to our General Motors roots. I grew up on the south side of that city. It was a little rougher, but the people who lived there were and still are, some of [...]