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Thoughts From The Job Hunting Life

“So, what do you do?” If these words inspire fear and trembling, you, like me, might be job-hunting. As you may or may not know, I spent 3.5 years of my life and a somewhat extensive (for Canada) student loan on graduate school. Having completed my Masters in Clinical Counselling, I am now ready to … Continue reading »

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The Time We Survived Camping

Armed with a tub of Nutella, camping gear and excellent reader suggestions, Varun and I embarked on our First Ever Camping Trip By Ourselves. Other than a hint of sunburn and one mildly damp sleeping bag, the weekend was disaster-free. Our first objective upon reaching the campsite was to hang the tarp. Between comments from … Continue reading »

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Les Petits Choses

“Man is fond of counting his troubles, but he does not count his joys. If he counted them up as he ought to, he would see that every lot has enough happiness provided for it“.  -Dostoyevsky 1. Friday afternoon tea with my dear friend Beth. We talked about boys, authentic community, old friends and dreams … Continue reading »

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Hobby Night in Canada

Tonight is hobby night, chez nous. This is where Varun dives into the world of electronics, and I run around making phone calls, thinking of funny things to tell Varun, watching the Canucks lose, bake, interrupt Varun, and think of everything I can to do besides schoolwork. This man has serious concentration (he’s building some … Continue reading »

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Family Time

When Varun insists upon something, he has my attention. Because he’s so easy-going, his “I must do/have this now” statements get my attention. Like today, when he suggested we go to Staples to get a whiteboard he’s been meaning to purchase. Staples was closed. Firmly, Varun pointed us to Walmart where he spent no small … Continue reading »

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