Monthly Archives: January 2007

A Pat on the Behind

I just heard on the news this morning that the Green Party is celebrating. According to a recent poll, 24% of Canadians would vote for the Green Party in the next election – if the environment were the only issue. … Continue reading

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Review

It’s that time again – time to take a look at how far I’ve come and where I need to go. Performance reviews are coming up in the next couple weeks. The answer to the first question is easy: I’ve … Continue reading

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Wandering in the desert

Sorry you haven’t heard from me much lately. Not much to say. I don’t think I’ll go back to Burning Man this year. I’ve been thinking about last year’s experience, and what I could do differently this year, and it’s … Continue reading

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Monday

It’s Monday. It’s been a long week. It’s a sign I need a change when I leave work at the end of the day, cross the street, and think, “If that car hits me, I won’t have to come in … Continue reading

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Parking Karma

Today, I experienced some parking lot karma. It was strange but beautiful. This story begins badly but ends well, I assure you. I was at the University of Calgary to meet up with a friend and visit the museum. I … Continue reading

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I haven’t been my Self lately

I just finished watching a movie about how everything is connected and we’re all part of the fabric of the universe. It starred Dustin Hoffman and Lily Tomlin and Jude Law and Jason Schwartsman and a few others (including the … Continue reading

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The Empty Sink

Welcome to 2007, my Year of the Empty Sink. Lately I’ve been enjoying cleaner environments. The clutter on the floor of my car is gone. Garbage gets tossed out right away. If there are things in my closet that I … Continue reading

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