We aren’t a stereotypical family. It’s cool. I can deal with a pause, a curious look, some assumptions.
Monthly Archives: March, 2017
This is the starting point. I have a completed work of fiction and I want it to be read. On one side, the manuscript, finished. On the other… the jungle.
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All the Canadian Clichés All Conveniently in One Place – An Afternoon at the NHL Centennial Fan Arena
Last weekend, we went to Lansdowne Park to check out the NHL Centennial Fan Arena, “a touring tribute to a century of hockey”—no, it doesn’t get more Canadian than that.
I’m 34 and I have unfinished business to tackle. This year, I want to give this project a chance.
He was walking fast, hands in pockets, hood on and head down to shield his face from a strong Northern wind that was brining the day’s frigid temperatures to the minus twenties.
There are some aspects of Canadian life I’m rediscovering with pleasure. No, not snow.
“You know what I’ll miss the most?” I told Feng as the taxi was driving through São Paulo’s endless urban maze. “Strangers doing things together.”
I pause at the doorstep. It’s a bit overwhelming, really. Do we really live here? Do we really have a shower, a microwave, a TV, Internet access?
We must have looked like two fugitives with a kid when we showed up at the hotel forty minutes later.
“Hey folks, looks like the weather is pretty bad in Ottawa, we are waiting to see if visibility improves to land,” the pilot suddenly announced.