Monthly Archives: September 2014

Addicted to Sports

When I was 6-years-old, I went to my first baseball game. My Dad and I had great seats; I remember the view. We were about 20 rows up from the dugout. I ate McDonalds, stood for the national anthems, and … Continue reading

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The Season Ends in September

Last year, the Blue Jays were supposed to win the World Series. They didn’t. This year, they came back with pretty much the same team, yet for some reason no one was picking them to do anything. The World Series … Continue reading

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North of the Border on 9/11

I was 10-years-old when it happened. I should have been at school. I should have been in my Grade 5 classroom. I should have been sitting at my desk at the back left corner of the room. I wasn’t. I … Continue reading

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