Monthly Archives: May 2014

Type, Type, Trash Can

Type, Type, Trash Can. Sounds like a spin-off of the famous childhood party game “Duck, Duck, Goose” doesn’t it? DOESN’T IT? Say yes, because that’s what I was going for. Anyways, blogging is easy…most of the time. For me, the … Continue reading

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Solve for x. Y?

At a young age I was told in school that learning mathematics was important. Why? Because when I grow up I will go to a grocery store with $35 in my pocket and knowing basic addition well help ensure that I don’t … Continue reading

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How to be a Great Camp Counsellor in 26 Easy Steps

I never experienced camp from a camper’s perspective. I don’t know what it’s like having people twice my height force a friendship on me with a welcoming smile, or ask me what my snack was. I guess I missed out. … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day: A Son’s Perspective

The first thing I ever was in this world was a son. Outside of my birthday, there is no day on the calendar that is held in my honour. Although, sometimes I like to believe that “Sunday” is a typo … Continue reading

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I Don’t Drink

By a show of hands, how many of you assumed I was talking about alcohol in the title? That’s what I figured. You’re right, by the way. Why is it though that, “I don’t drink” is automatically connected with alcohol? … Continue reading

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