Monthly Archives: February 2005

I feel like there’s been a weight lifted off my shoulders this morning. I know it’s only temporary, but excuse me while I relish the weightlessness of the moment!

I think my lack of sleep tonight induced a realization. This morning, I watched the early morning news shows. Thanks to my insomnia, I was treated to the perky and always annoying-this-early-in-the-morning Katie Couric and other hosts of her ilk. Of course, the news on everyone’s lips was last night’s Oscar ceremony. Now, in the […]

(I’ve posted this before, but it’s been playing all night in my head) Reflecting Light Sam Phillips Now that I’ve worn out, I’ve worn out the worldI’m on my knees in fascinationLooking through the nightAnd the moon’s never seen me beforeBut I’m reflecting light I rode the pain downGot off and looked upLooked into your […]

My latest literary victim is General Romeo Dallaire’s book Shake Hands with Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda. It’s on loan to me, and it’s coming highly recommended by several of my friends that have already read it. Not too long ago I watched the CBC showing of the documentary of the book. I […]

I *heart* PhD comics.

Good things going on in my life right now: 10 pages of good material on my Introduction. It’s amazing how much better I feel about myself and my abilities to accomplish this degree when I actually sit down and write. I know, that sounds pretty simplistic, but it’s quite a thing to sit down and […]

anyone lived in a pretty how town e.e. cummings anyone lived in a pretty how town(with up so floating many bells down)spring summer autumn winterhe sang his didn’t he danced his did. Women and men(both little and small)cared for anyone not at allthey sowed their isn’t they reaped their samesun moon stars rain children guessed(but […]