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A Fond Farewell, Wiccan Style

April 27, 2010


My worry about my mother continues, unabated, since she is still in the hospital, but yesterday I was distracted by other sorrows. I attended a  memorial Circle  for a friend, Patrick Moss, who was a well regarded member of  my Wiccan community.  It is the Wiccan way to be in a Circle for our rituals […]

I’ve Lost 3 Days to the Void

April 24, 2010


Spring has come early this year and the weather for the last few days has been fantastic. It’s been cold, but everything is greening up quite nicely. I’ve been aware of that, but unable to enjoy it as much as I would have. On Wednesday my Mom was admitted to the hospital and has been […]

I’m Facebook’s Bitch

April 20, 2010


I held off for a long time, but finally had to cave to the social networking wave.  I signed up for Facebook, and now am one of the millions with a love/hate relationship with it. I love that I have a one stop way of advising all of my friends of what is happening in […]

Lusty Mannequins

April 19, 2010


Toronto has great comedy shows going on all the time, and it makes me sad that more people don’t know about it and come out.  But then, I think that a lot of  the charm of these shows comes from their intimacy.  You can see the faces of the actors, and there have been times […]

A While Ago at the AGO

April 17, 2010


Well, not so much a while ago as yesterday. I went to the King Tut exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). There are a couple of factors I have to keep in mind when I figure out how much I enjoyed the exhibit. First, the cost. $28.50. $28 of that probably went to […]

Mall Walkers

April 15, 2010


I like to think that I’m not prey to this whole “materialistic” way of life, but I seem to have an inordinate number of posts that involve my local mall. Ewwwww. It’s not that I go there and shop as the only means of entertaining myself. I go there for food only, and very, very […]

Get Confident, Stupid

April 13, 2010


I wish you all the luck in the world.  I really do.  But you will be relying on capricious luck, and not on skills.  Skills that will always be there, because they were built with hard work. These ideas came to me after I saw a status update of a friend on Facebook.  Seems there […]