My thoughts on the CUSA thing


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


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.


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…


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



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…


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