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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Goodbye, Grandma

For the first time in years, all of my siblings were together with my parents and my Grandma this weekend. We gathered around her hospital bed, sang hymns, prayed and bade her farewell. After midnight, Grandma went to be with God. I won’t be blogging this week as we celebrate Grandma’s life and mourn the … Continue reading »

Categories: family, life | 2 Comments

A Response from An Introvert…

Remember my letter to Introverts? Well, my lovely friend Olive wrote a charming and insightful response. To be honest, I left it pretty open hoping that someone would write a response. So kudos, to Olive! I love her honesty and thoughtfulness. It just makes me want to hug all of my introvert friends. And, to … Continue reading »

Categories: communication, friends, hilarious, life | 1 Comment

How I Failed to Finish the Hunger Games. Twice.

If you’re looking for a serious and thoughtful reflection on the Hunger Games, the human condition and child labour, this won’t be it. Instead, I’m going to explain to you how I failed to finish the Hunger Games. Twice. Let me be clear: I did not willfully walk away from the final book, Mockingjay. I … Continue reading »

Categories: awkward, confusion, embarassing, friends, hilarious | 2 Comments

You Know What’s Delicious?

I call it Bunny Mix. Because I’m 4. Because when I first saw it it was made with Easter M&M’s and covered in white chocolate. Easter colours…white chocolate…Bunny. And it’s a Mix. Anyway, if you have any surviving Easter candy, or simply need a way to ingest a lot of calories in one go, I … Continue reading »

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Choosing to Embrace Multicultralism

I rarely comment on political happenings/current events in public, perhaps because I gave my roommate a fright on the first day of university when I covered my closet in posters signed by a certain political figure from Texas. But, I’m deeply troubled by the case of Anders Breivik, the man responsible for massacring 77 people … Continue reading »

Categories: Canada, customs, immigration, india, life, manners, travel | 3 Comments