Tag: “Mark Blevis”

Did Nothing Cancel?

Did Nothing Cancel?

In which I reflect on my wonderful, sudden, completely unexpected escape from the working world. Three years ago today.

 

WTF Wednesday 18:
 Celebrating Mark Blevis

WTF Wednesday 18:
 Celebrating Mark Blevis

In which I attempt to articulate my adoration and gratitude for my life-making partner, Mark Blevis.

 

WTF Wednesday 00: Celebrating 2013

WTF Wednesday 00: Celebrating 2013

Thank you, 2013, for keeping us healthy, safe and happy. For the learning, the growing, the lessons, love, peace, good friends, family and fun. What a lovely …

 

Get Rid of the Seaward

Get Rid of the Seaward

A spontaneous look at 2013, in relation to our recorded hopes for the year. And some aspirations for 2014.

 

Everyone’s laughing, and riding, and cornholing except Buster.

Everyone’s laughing, and riding, and cornholing except Buster.

In honour of Canada’s National Day of Podcasting 2013, an unbelievably boring, rambly conversation in which Mark and I reflect on our fond memories of podcasting, our growing girls, the totally enriching process behind my WTFW series and our appreciation of our friend Bob Ledrew. Etc. Listen at your own risk.

 

Happiness is…

Happiness is…

Simple (stupendous) pleasures. An unexpected visit from cousin Susie and her husband, Steve. Nice long bike rides with my baby. Pints with a creative, adventurous friend. And a steaming …

 

Shock and Awe

Shock and Awe

In which we end a 7 year family hiatus.

 

I think what you’re experiencing is your son’s very normal need to distance himself from his overbearing father. Am I touching something?

I think what you’re experiencing is your son’s very normal need to distance himself from his overbearing father. Am I touching something?

A somewhat depressing, soul-searching conversation in which we attempt to pull ourselves out of the disaster that teen parenting has started out to be.

 

And to think that we thought that we’d never be friends.

And to think that we thought that we’d never be friends.

“It’s funny how quickly an argument ends, and to think that we thought that we’d never be friends” I spent ten minutes this morning listening in on …

 

Yes, that’s one of the things that attracted me to you

Yes, that’s one of the things that attracted me to you

Musings about effortless — absurdly lucky — us.

 
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