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Remembering George Floyd: Change begins with You & I

I am not white. I am not black. Yes, I have faced racism in my life. But I have never feared for my life or been at risk for many things that Black people face on a daily. I rarely post anything political, it’s not because I don’t care, I’ve just didn’t have the energy to engage in conversations with people over blatantly obvious wrong … Continue reading Remembering George Floyd: Change begins with You & I

How to survive coronavirus (from my Italian friends)

*Please excuse this post.  It will suck and have grammatical errors and all that jazz.  I am trying to work (from home) on a deadline and finish this post within 10 minutes so it can be shared as this info needs to get out there because I think it’s important and a friend asked for it. I have been asking questions and wasn’t really getting … Continue reading How to survive coronavirus (from my Italian friends)

Going Blind

At work, we’ve noticed this phenomenon that sometimes after seeing something too many times, you end up going ‘blind’.  You don’t notice spelling or grammar mistakes after seeing it a few times since your brain has adapted to seeing it too many times and just adapts to the error and sees it as normal. This happens in life too.  Sometimes we adapt to situations after … Continue reading Going Blind

1 Month Reviews

This post is inspired by my friend Lamont. Thank you for curing my years-long writer’s block and inspiring me. It’s also dedicated to my Friend La Ferne, yes, that was me. Ok, I’ll write. 🙏 Also to Leila, who told me how something I wrote helped her. So here goes. There’s a situation that happened over the weekend that pissed me off. I’m not going … Continue reading 1 Month Reviews

Rescue Dog adoption ad (that my bestfriend also wrote)

Fortune Age: approx. 6 years Gender: male, neutered Weight: 9lb. Fortune is a black and tan, 9lb Chihuahua mix with legs like a gazelle. He is up to date on shots and has been micro-chipped. He’s come a long way from Windsor to Chatham and now to Oakville where he resides with his two foster doggy friends. Fortune is a handsome little boy with a … Continue reading Rescue Dog adoption ad (that my bestfriend also wrote)