I knew it was too good to be true. Just last night, thanks to the course I’m taking at Emily Carr University called “The Art of Blogging,” I learned all sorts of new fancy WordPress tricks… did you see how I moved the sidebar from the right to the left? And added that “email subscription” button? I know, I know, my technical savvy is overwhelming. I got some lovely feedback on my post from the other night on “The Royal Jewels,” and then, BOOM, all of sudden tonight, the photos in the post all disappeared! Continue reading
Month: November 2010
The Royal Jewels
One of the many things I love about Canada is its obsession – and I don’t mean that in a bad way – about the British Monarchy. Witness today’s announcement of Prince William’s engagement to Kate Middleton… it was the top story on every hourly news broadcast on the radio, and naturally the lead story on The National. Continue reading
This is the piece I read last night at my debut at The TWS Reading Series.
I dream about a couch. But not just any couch. I dream of the most sexy, gorgeous, and comfortable couch imaginable. Every time I slide into her embrace, I fall in love all over again, and so does everyone else whose bum touches her cushions. Continue reading
Lessons from Erica Strange
At some point along the way this summer, I told someone out loud that I was a writer. I remember the moment well, and probably commented on it in this blog at the time. I was dropping something off at an office downtown when I ran into an acquaintance of mine who works there. She politely asked me what I was doing these days, and I blurted out, “I’m a writer,” shocking myself as I said it. Continue reading