I find that I retreat to the safe music of my youth when I’m feeling crispy around the edges. Between election debates and the death of Eddie Van Halen and rising Covid cases as we slide into (Canadian) Thanksgiving weekend… new wave seems like a safe bet. May the turkey be be glorious and the […]
How many is too many? I both love and don’t love them. And I may need to add another to the ranks.
What’s the benefit being a killjoy? Absolutely nothing.
OK. There were a few bright spots in September, but srsly, it was a bit of a shitshow, amiright? But we’ve turned the calendar page, so it’s time to regroup. So get out the hairbrush you like to use as your quarantine microphone or strap on your air guitar and lets take the last quarter […]
Who loves etymology? I mean, this would have been better served up to all y’all on the equinox, but here we are… Why Does the Season Before Winter Have Two Names? Does anyone hoard journals and notebooks like I do? I have good intentions, but I am reallyREALLY not a journaler. I can do better […]
Come, friends, join my birthday celebration with this extra throwdown. Why *you* buggin?
Sometimes, love is measured with a cranky waffle iron.
RBG described herself as a Belligerent Optimist. I can’t think of a better description I want to be, when I grow up. This week, RBG inspires the playlist.
. When someone is facing a challenge, we send them, in whatever words we individually wrap around them, our support. We focus energy outward for the benefit of someone else. And sometimes, that someone perceives it and it provides a however-brief respite from their troubles.
There’s a fellow that I work with who grew up in the same musical soup that I did. The goth-y, new wave-y, alternative scene with a soupçon of top 40 as our dirty little secret. He’ll post a VEMO video as a smartass comment on something in one of our internal Slack channels. And that […]