Monthly Archives: February 2003

Who are you?

While I know how annoying it is to read the countless “woe-is-me” blog entries out there, I think I’m entitled to one, every now and again. So, on my way to class this afternoon, I think I had a little mini-meltdown. It’s funny, when I first started this weblog, I put “The ramblings of a […]

Because I’m over-whelmed with life at the moment, time for some mindless links. Ninja Burger: “Guaranteed delivery in 30 minutes or less, or we commit Seppuku!” The Bullshit Generator Wait All — and you thought blogging was a huge waste of time! A new rival to the infamous hold the button game. Fly Guy: […]


Girl With The Weight Of The World In Her Hands (Indigo Girls) She won’t recover from her losses She hasn’t chosen this path but she watches who it crosses Maybe move to the right maybe move to the left So we can all see the pain she wears like a banner on her chest And […]

After sitting on the tarmac for over an hour, I’m finally back in the semi-Arctic. I didn’t get harassed by Customs, yay! Now I’m tired, and headed to bed. In honor of me being back in the wilds that is Saskatchewan, a haiku by the Zen poet Basho: Winter solitude In a world of one […]

Reporting in for blog-duty Yep, I’ve been really slack over the past couple days in my blogging. Mainly because I’ve been too busy enjoying the warmth and humidity to pin myself to the computer. That, and enjoying my time back home with family and friends. I really took this warm weather for advantage, at least […]