Month: March 2005

With or Without Me?

Verdict’s in . . . without me 😦 Yes, tickets for U2 go on sale in a matter of moments and I’m not going to try to get any. I just don’t see how I can swing a trip west this year with moving and university. So Taia, […]

The Walk of Life

What a great day! I swear spring came today. The sun was shining in my window while I worked this morning, blinding me in a way it hasn’t for many months. When Nick and I were outside today my boots made a sucking sound in the mud and […]

Hair Today . . . What Tomorrow?

I’m getting bored with my hair. Anyone who knows me knows I’ve been growing my hair out for a couple of years now. I’ve always had short hairstyles, since I first got it cut short in the second grade. Changing my styles and colours has always been fun […]

Have Mercy!

It’s funny how memory is connected to your senses, how certain smells remind you of certain things, how certain songs transport you back in time. I’m sitting here listening to tunes and on comes an oldie but a goodie from the 80’s. You would think this song would […]

In the Name of Love

Last week U2 announced more North American tour dates. They’re coming to T.O. in September for two concerts at the Air Canada Centre!! They’re also coming to Montreal and Ottawa in November . . . but I’d much rather go to Toronto. Tickets go on sale March 19th. […]

The Girls Are Back in Town

I don’t know who is more tired tonight, me or my dog. It seems to take a lot of out of him when I go away. He’s not content unless I’m here. I worry about the spring when I move. I’m hoping he adjusts to not having me […]

Friend of my Youth

Last night I was flipping through the channels and came across the movie “Bedknobs and Broomsticks” on CBC. That was one of my favourite books growing up. I didn’t watch very much of the film because I’ve never thought it did the book justice. I used to believe […]

The Last Man Standing

SOMEDAY JUST MIGHT BE TONIGHT Playing king of the mountain on a dead end streetAt the edge of the block that’s where we cut our teethThe world was trying to sweep us off our feetI’d run home crying with cut up knees“It’s alright,” Mama said. “It’s alright.”Now nothing’s […]