I don’t use the expression lightly.
I could have sat anywhere at the mall food court during lunch today. I scanned the crowd and looked for a spot with the fewest crying babies in close proximity. I sat down.
A few minutes later, a guy sat down at the table next to mine.
The next 45 minutes were the strangest 45 minutes I’ve ever witnessed. And that’s saying a lot. Continue reading
This week, nay, this month, nay, MY LIFE, has been a cosmic joke.
It snowed last night.
This is the photo I texted to my boss this morning to show why I was running late:
I love me some suburbia. It’s no secret that I’m a bit of a recluse, so I find noise, traffic, and people to be very annoying.
It’s part of my job to visit high schools, and for the most part, I don’t get to choose which ones. So inevitably, I’ll find myself in downtown Toronto at some point during the recruiting season. I grin and bear it, obviously, or I’d be jobless, but this is a classic example of why I, a magnet for strange and impossible circumstances, wouldn’t survive living in the big city.
THIS JUST IN: I already published a post today but I feel I need to do this one in the moment while the couch is still wet.
I sat down for my evening pickle while watching Big Brother, when Continue reading