Tag Archives: Childhood

50 Thoughts XXV

1. I’ve never seen an episode of Spongebob, so when that whole Super Bowl halftime show controversy sailed over my head, I didn’t even know it flew over. 2. I also don’t know what a Travis Scott or a Big … Continue reading

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It Must Have Been Dust

If you were to look through my childhood photo albums, you’d eventually come across a picture of me vacuuming the house at the mature age of three. “You got dirt? I’ll be right over as soon as mommy gives me … Continue reading

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50 Thoughts XXIV (Holiday Edition)

1. When I was 5, I was coming out of a store at the mall with my mom, and Santa’s throne was straight ahead. We made eye contact and he waved at me. I waved back. If I remember correctly, … Continue reading

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Halloween

Let’s not beat around the pumpkin patch, alright. Let’s get right down to the nitty gritty, and I’m not talking about the Philadelphia Flyers incredibly entertaining mascot. Yeah, I said it. Thumb war me. Do not give out pencils on … Continue reading

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Paulo Picasso-so

Hello, my name is Paulo Picasso-so. Why? Because my artwork is just so-so. Normally I’m not inspired to write about art, but my friend Jess wrote a post called, “I was not a prodigy” and it spoke to me – … Continue reading

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20 Years of Formula One

I became a fan of Formula One in 1998, at the mature age of six and a half. Kids are a stickler for that half year, while I just like accuracy. That would mean this is my 20th year as … Continue reading

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I Can Only Imagine

Have you ever listened to a kid tell a story? They’ll start off with the truth, but halfway through the story, they’ll call out the read-option play from their playbook, which gives them the ability to either continue telling the … Continue reading

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Remembering The Olympics

I love the Olympics. You may not and that’s okay. But I do. There’s just something about them that draws me in. It’s more than my love for sport and competition. It’s an indescribable feeling. It’s the chill going through … Continue reading

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Oh, the Sports You’ll See!

I’ve spent my entire existence wondering what my life would be like if I didn’t like sports. I still don’t have an answer. It’s a great mystery to me. Somebody get Scooby-Doo and the gang on line one. How would … Continue reading

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My Favourite School Assignments

If there’s one regret I have for this blog, it’s that I didn’t start it while I was still in school. That’s not my fault though, I never even thought about starting a blog back then. But if I did, … Continue reading

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