Monthly Archives: February 2014

My Teen Poetry as a Metaphor

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So I recently found myself going through some old boxes. When I first moved overseas in 2000, everything I owned was boxed up and has lived in my mother’s basement ever since. I thought it time to revisit. To see what’s what, and hopefully get rid of the dead weight. Seeing as I hadn’t so much as looked at this… Read more »

Finding That Magic

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This is a short one. About a 6 weeks ago, I wrote a post on finding and recognizing the magic in our lives. It’s everywhere, and seeing and wrapping ourselves in it is an infinitely better way to live. Meet Kayden. Kayden is experiencing rain for the first time. And I defy anyone to watch this video and not have… Read more »

Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Rob Ford

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[Editorial Note – This is actually a piece that was rejected by one of my clients. They were looking for “life lessons from celebrities”, but believe that Rob Ford is not well enough known outside of Canada (if only that were true). C’est la vie. Anyway, I kind of like the piece, so here it is…] We all need heroes…. Read more »