I feel like Buddha’s pretty close to Santa Claus… they’re...– Doug
I read a lot of random blogs: everything from fashion to photography to food and all the random books I read and shows I follow. Anyways, I got a nice little kick out of this: Christine Chang is an interesting, fun and really breathtaking photographer who does primarily wedding photography. She also happens to be a big fan of hitRECord, which is a collaborative production company, so it was a...
i'm still alive
Sorry for the serious lack of updates — there haven’t been a lot of developments in my life lately. My time has been eaten up with working at Club Monaco, volunteering and picking up a second job, tutoring. It’s only once a week, but I need the experience more than I need the paycheque. Also, Theresa and I have been going full-steam ahead with our New York City planning: there...
Can you solve for x? I sure as hell can’t. It’s been about 7 years since I’ve had to confront my old nemesis, mathematics. I had to take a mini-test today, and I spent a bulk of the time frantically trying to remember the rules of B.E.D.M.A.S., how to convert fractions into decimals and other shamefully pedestrians tasks. I need a refresher course.
10.16.11. ...– — Zachary Quinto, aka “Sylar” from Heroes, and “Spock” from the recent Star Trek.
"real thanksgiving" 2011
A very happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Canadians! This past weekend has been absolutely amazing, thanks largely to the unusually sublime weather. Seriously, it was ridiculously warm, about 26 degrees Celsius the entire weekend with nothing but sunshine. I spent the long weekend in Ottawa with the extended family, as well as to commemorate the one year anniversary of my Aunt Vivian’s...
a pearl of wisdom
Never, ever lose your passport. It is a complete nightmare trying to figure that crap out. In my defense, I didn’t lose mine — my mother did. But I still have to deal with the ramifications.
I asked Rosie if she wanted to help with the laundry. Caught her blowing her...– Theresa
nuit blanche, 2011
Last night was Toronto’s annual outdoor art exhibition, which I attended with Jessie and Ish. It runs from 6:59 pm to sunrise, and it takes place on the streets of Toronto, which is always an amazing sight. They close down the roads, put up displays and everyone gets to mill around, and walk all over Toronto to see all the pieces. And it is always, always, cold. Last year was the...