The winter reading break is fast approaching and I can honestly say that I can’t wait.Read more "Rigolet Bound"
In early December I retired my old passport. That’s not to say that I decided to hang up my travelling shoes (because we all know that won’t be happening until I’m 6 feet under), but that it was time for a shiny new one.Read more "Have Passport, Will Travel"
Out with the old, in with the new. Having spent some time pondering the year that was 2015, I think it’s time to move on, time to look forward to the new year and the possibilities it provides. In other words, it’s time to make a list of goals I’d like to achieve this year.Read more "The Year That Could Be"
Happy New Year everyone. The old and weathered 2015 has come and gone, and we now find ourselves in the shiny sparkly new 2016. May it be filled with awesomeness and adventure, and just the right amount of shenanigans.Read more "The Year That Was"
A few days ago I boarded a gloriously modern tube-o-metal/lawn dart to be projected through the great blue sky from the Old World back to the New (and subsequently back in time – as is my understanding of space-time physics). I left behind sunny blue skies, spring-like weather, a seriously amazing supply of beer, deliciously delicious coffee, […]Read more "Travel-Sick"
Merry Festivus everyone. Despite my lack of posting, I’m still in the land of the living.Read more "Merry Festivus From Europe"
On Sunday afternoon, Oliver and I packed our bags and boarded the first of three planes that would take us from Rigolet – our home-away-from-home for the past week – back to Guelph. Boo. All sorts of boo. I may have separation anxiety.Read more "I Miss You Rigolet"