Tag Archives: Nostalgia

Recently Played (February 2021)

Is it just me, or did February feel even shorter than usual? As a result, I only discovered one new song this month and found myself listening to old songs that I’ve heard before, but never really worn out the … Continue reading

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Recently Played (January 2021)

I did a blog post like this in December and thought it was fun sharing the songs I’ve been listening to lately, so I’m doing it again. Hopefully, this introduces you to some new music. Hopefully, you find something you … Continue reading

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Recently Played

I have been meaning to do a post like this for a while, but never got around to it. So when I say “Recently Played” in the title, I’m referring to some of the songs I’ve listened to over the … Continue reading

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Demolishing The Dome

Logging into Twitter in 2020 is like crossing the street when you’re a little kid. Be sure to look both ways, and have an adult hold your hand, because you never know what’s coming around the corner. Last Friday morning, … Continue reading

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Jumbo Joe in Toronto

I remember when the Toronto Maple Leafs acquired Owen Nolan from the San Jose Sharks at the trade deadline in 2003. Man, I was so excited. The next day at school, I went right to my best friend, Chris, and … Continue reading

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Falling Asleep in 2012

I think most people miss waking up in a certain place, or year, or time in their life, but for me, I miss falling asleep in 2012. Is that a weird thing to miss, or are you just used to … Continue reading

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

In 1999, I was in Grade 3, which only means one thing if you grew up in Toronto – a field trip to Pioneer Village. In the days leading up to the trip, we had Pioneer Day at school. This … Continue reading

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Where The Sports Have No Games

Have you ever been a part of an ice breaker activity, where you sit in a circle with a bunch of fresh faces and go around giving answers to random questions? They’ll ask, “What is your biggest fear?” Someone will … Continue reading

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Kobe’s 81-Point Game

It has been one week since Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven of their friends, died in a helicopter crash. It is a tragedy that has shaped the beginning of this year, and decade, in a way none of … Continue reading

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It Started In 2010

Time is not always fair. It can make you wait, or it can make you miss. Somewhere in between those two events is what we call the present. It is right now. And now. And now. And now. It is … Continue reading

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