Tag Archives: Reflection

How Do You Art?

I can’t draw. The pencil touches the paper and it’s all downhill from there. What’s the trick? What’s the secret? Why aren’t my sausage people acceptable? So what if all of my four-legged animal drawings look the same? This post … Continue reading

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First Time Watching: The Notebook

On Saturday night, I watched The Notebook for the first time. I knew it was a romantic film, so I expected some sort of love story to play out. I also knew it was a movie that made people cry. … Continue reading

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Tim and Sid

On Thursday, Sid Seixeiro announced that he would be leaving Tim and Sid on February 26, to become the new co-host of Breakfast Television, starting March 10. As a long time fan of the show, and the duo, it was … Continue reading

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First Time Watching: Titanic

At some point in my life, I convinced myself that I can’t sit through movies that are three hours long. Maybe it was ten years ago when there was a Lord of the Rings marathon going on in the residence … Continue reading

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What Are Words?

My Senior Kindergarten teacher was universally loved by everyone at my elementary school. No matter what grade you were in, you could walk by the fenced off area for kindergarteners and wave, or say hello, and she’d return the gesture. … Continue reading

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First Time Watching: Clueless

Over the last seven years, I’ve watched shows like: The O.C., One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl, and Gilmore Girls. It has been eleven years since I was in high school, yet those shows forced me to look back at my … Continue reading

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First Time Watching: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is one of those movies that I always avoid whenever I see it on TV. I won’t even watch a second of it, I’ll just see the title and keep going. You can call it a … Continue reading

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Season 26 of Raptors Basketball

A lot has changed since the Toronto Raptors won their first NBA Championship, 18 months ago, and two million people packed the streets of downtown Toronto for a parade. Heck, just writing that sentence gives me the willies. By the … Continue reading

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Fantasy Football Post-Mortem

The streak is over. For the first time in my three years of participating in a fantasy football league, I will not be one of the teams in the championship game. I was mad about it on Monday, but as … Continue reading

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Wrapping up the 2020 F1 Season

If you know nothing about Formula 1, or auto racing, let me break it down for you really quickly, so the rest of this post isn’t a foreign language. Currently, there are 10 teams (constructors) in Formula 1: Mercedes, Ferrari, … Continue reading

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