Month: November 2012

Into a long December

First of all, Yes, that happened! Hey Rosetta with a holiday album! I love it. I wish they would play a show in Goose Bay. I had a pretty relaxing weekend. Lots of apple cider, time with friends, drives around town and writing. I did some painting and sketching too. Someone really needs to recommend…

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shoreless

shoreless. I stared at the word Until it made no sense to me Just a grey blur on the page Am I making the same mistake twice? I didn’t understand poetry at first. I wish I could trust people’s predictions The uncertainty eats me up Vitally I’m 20 beats ahead Visually a dozen behind What’s left? Not…

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Head in the clouds.

Occasionally I’ll do a virtual flip-through of my image catalog and find some real gems. Not much to say tonight, so here’s some of my favorite cloud shots from 2005. These were taken with my first ever digital camera, a Kodak EasyShare CX6445. I didn’t even have to look back at the name because it’s…

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Not even in November

Bound. Snow straddles the fence, the treeline, the space beneath our feet. Three solid sips of cider. Exhale warm clouds. Blinking the ice from my eyelashes, wet trickles down my cheek. Shivers down my spine. Frozen mirrors basque the shoreline, stopping jagged, meeting the sea. The crunch of tires in the air behind me, company unaccompanied.…

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The trouble with social media

Is that it’s so damn addictive. I know this is certainly not breaking news, or any type of news, really. Just making an observation – considering that I work 9-5 as a social media coordinator and still end up spending half of the night on my computer when I get home from work. That sickens…

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