My thoughts on the CUSA thing


Issues

SO. My alma mater has been international news for the past two days because our students’ association did something that was thoughtless and fundamentally stupid. I have been infuriated since I heard the story, and not just by the motion itself which was poorly researched and badly presented. The thing that is making me even […]

November 27, 2008

My frustration


Personal

I have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Until I was diagnosed three years ago I had never heard of PCOS and now it is my daily frustration. What it means is that my hormones are un-balanced. It makes it hard for me to lose weight, which is the one thing I have to do to get the […]

November 26, 2008

Not thinking about work, thinking about knitting.


Personal

I was intrigued by this, the Yarn Harlot’s ode to the Noro Stripe Scarf, and yesterday I happened to stop by the yarn shop after a doctor’s appointment (I was in the area and thinking about Christmas gifts), and I they had Noro Silk Garden and it was pretty and I bought two skeins and […]

November 26, 2008

Kids these days…


Parenting

I have had many a conversation with my peers about the safety measures parents seem to take in this 21st century.  I have watched a beautiful wood play structure that I enjoyed for my entire childhood disappear in favour of a much shorter plastic one. Though I was never hurt when using that structure – […]

November 13, 2008

Sigh…


Personal

Last night the hubby and I took a trip to Chapters and in my perusal I saw a book in the reference section that was written to teach it’s reader how to journal. My response to this book was that if you need a book to teach you how to keep a journal you’re doing […]

November 12, 2008

One week to go…


Personal

I am back to work next Tuesday and I have developed a great desire to start fresh and get back on track. Before the wedding I was getting my exercise, I was paying attention to what I put in my body, I even got somewhat of a handle on my debt. Then my world changed […]

November 4, 2008