It’s Been Such a Long Time

Back when I used to have 80-100 page views a day (40 or so of which were because of a weird stalker type setting my blog as his homepage), sifting through referring links and search terms was a daily exercise in fun.  I don’t so much get that anymore, maybe because I’m too ADD to figure out Google Analytics (so stalkers, free-for-all time! I won’t even know you’re here!).  Flickr however is a different story.  Flickr makes it easy to figure out where people have … Continue reading

Fresh Stereotypes

Things I see often enough to mention here tonight: Old people puttering into malls, stopping and standing in place, looking all around (above inclusive) in wonder/horror at where they are, occasionally asking a passerby a question, then after that person leaves, cautiously wandering further into the mall as if into a haunted forest Cool-looking Asian kids running for buses Women 90% of the time being far messier than men (imagine!) Women 75% of the time being ruder than men People in general walking in the … Continue reading

Windmills and Pinwheels

Suddenly remembered the photoblogI had a couple of years ago (or maybe just a year ago?) and hit randomize a few times.  Came up with this shot I can barely remember taking.  Got the Miklosmobile stuck the snow that day.  Was it the Kia?  Might’ve been the Kia. Share the post “Windmills and Pinwheels” FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestStumbleUponE-mail

Wok With Yan

I thought I came home from work to be away from Valley Girl gum-chompers, but apparently they mistakenly call at quarter after 11 at night and can’t hear a thing I’m saying because they keep saying, “[Like,] hello? Hello?!”  Dude, I get that it’s Friday. I get that you are in a bar probably, and I even get that you are probably a piece of poo kind of person, but Mama Bear is getting on in years and needs peace and quiet while she blogs … Continue reading

Warm Heart of Winter

This has to be the greatest January for weather in all my life (and maybe yours – I don’t know you).  Of seven (7) days, just one (1) has reached -21°C with the windchill, and only days later it’s as mild as last May would’ve been if it didn’t rain so much that I never went outside to check the temperature, except to let the dog out, but who even checks the temperature when they’re dealing with a mud-soaked defiant animal?  If Canada could go … Continue reading