Monthly Archives: April 2010

Post-Holiday (and getting back to it…)

Hi all- I arrived back in Kingston this afternoon on the train – a pleasant ride in which I perused a new (to me) book of short stories and answered emails… kinda still pretending to be in holiday-mode. I’ve got

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Va-Va-Vancouver!

Hello, fair readers! I am very pleased to report that I am writing from Vancouver. Why, you ask? Why Vancouver when I should be holed up in Kingston, working on end-of-term papers? A valid question indeed (and one I have

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ahrhrrhrhrhhrhrhggg!

Oh geez. I’ve been staring at my computer for way too long already today, trying to pound out an essay for one of my classes. I know, I know – I worked as a professional journalist in my past life

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And then it was over…

So THAT, it turns out, is more or less IT. Though I barely noticed it happening, I have survived my first year of grad school. I know, I know: I still have some papers to write and some meetings to

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Weather and the ability/inability to work

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I find it mighty hard to hide away under books/behind my computer screen when the sun is shining and it’s a balmy 20C outside. In other words, I didn’t get much

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