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Have you ever put on a pair of clothes, only to quickly realize they no longer fit? That happened to me a few weeks ago. It caught me by surprise. My pants felt like I needed to shove a lampshade … Continue reading
The world is a strange place. I have a lot that I’d like to say, so I’m going to sit here and write. You can either read all of this, or you can scroll down to the paragraphs that don’t … Continue reading
I like to think of myself as a competitive person, especially as it pertains to sports. That being said, I’m not a sore loser. Sure, in the back of my head I may be fuming, I may hold a grudge, and I … Continue reading
I can’t remember the last time I watched an entire NFL game, from start to finish. I don’t know if I ever have. And I say that as someone who’s been a fan, of varying degrees, over the last fifteen … Continue reading
In Grade 3, everyone in my class put an item into a time capsule, which our teacher kept until we were in Grade 8 and ready to move on to the “real world” that was high school. Fast forward to … Continue reading
It was the best lasagna I’ve ever had in my life. I wanted to eat more of it, but in order to do that I would’ve had to pave paradise and put up a parking lot. In simpler terms, my … Continue reading
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Paul yelled at me. He demanded that I write a letter to Santa from the POV of when I was little. You don’t believe me? Take a look at the comments. He was definitely…
I can’t believe I just did this, but I did. And it’s fantastic. I received a request from Michelle to write a letter to Santa, from the perspective of myself as a child. So that’s what I did. I wrote the … Continue reading