Tag: Changes

  • January 7, 2024

    What could you do differently? Oh, boy…there are so many things. And, what a time to be asking such a question, only a week into a new year? These mile markers in time – new years, birthdays, equinoxes, etc. – all herald the opportunity for change, for a new approach to moving forward. For the last…

  • September 13, 2023

    I think today was the sixth day of school. Already, I’m muttering under my breath, swearing out loud when I think no one is around, and annoyed with students’ behaviour. I will say that I do really enjoy wearing the tongueless shoes I got in the summer. They’re rather comfortable.

  • August 26, 2023

    August 26, 2023

    A lot of things seem to be moving right now. I’m moving stuff over to the new workshop and Hannah’s moving stuff into here. We’ve already started talking about when we plan to go to work next week. There’s also the cats, who are getting to know each other and moving around the apartment. We’re…

  • May 24, 2023

    May 24, 2023

    I’m having a hard time trying to think of something to write about today. I have a book of 301 writing prompts. Instead, I’m going to write about why I’m not going to go get it.

  • May 3, 2023

    May 3, 2023

    When is it a good time to make a change? Now, right?

  • My Favourite Drinking Glass

    My Favourite Drinking Glass

    Visiting my folks always brings back a flood of memories. This isn’t the house that I was born into but it is the one that I left. Even still, it’s full of things that remind me of all of my past.

  • You Can Also Write When You’re Sober

    You Can Also Write When You’re Sober

    Drinking and writing went hand-in-hand for me, but now I need to learn how to write while sober. It’s a promising prospect.

  • Why I’m Going Sober, without all of the details

    Why I’m Going Sober, without all of the details

    I had my first drink two weeks before my 18th birthday. The last drink I had was two weeks before my 38th birthday. 20 years, almost to the day. It took me that long to figure out my relationship with alcohol. In the end, I had to put the glass down.