Thursday, 17 November 2011

Ramble On

This Heintz commercial aired about ten years ago:

{A group of young guys watch a pretty lady in a restaurant}
"She's looking for the Heintz. Can't find it anywhere...looks over...sees it...she's coming over."
[shyly] "Excuse me...ummm, I can't seem to find any Heintz."
[confidently] "You're kidding. Here you can have some of mine."
[shared smiles as we notice the stack of Heintz bottles beside the guys]

 It would have been very different, if it was me.  They took all the ketchup to get my attention, and watched me the whole time.
Frolick off, would ya! I'm just trying to enjoy some fries, which is not something I often do.
If you really knew me, you would know that I am pursuing self-comfort.
I am not interested in communicating with any one!
If I had a cloak of invisibility, I would use it.

You don't know me.
That's what's so irksome.
All you know is that I go to this particular restaurant, which is a little creepy.
Were you stalking me?

The worst thing about stalkers is that they don't really care.
If they really cared, they would know that I don't eat ketchup with my fries. I use mayonnaise.

Saturday, 12 November 2011

My Life Would Suck Without You

Dear Dad,

This song reminds me of Newmarket. I know you think of the ways you could have made things different. I think of it, too. When I share this, it is not to placate, I'm just telling the truth. My life would suck without you. It is so good not only knowing who you are, but knowing that I am related to you. I am your daughter.

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

The Friendship that Turned to Marriage Overnight

Marriage is full of all kinds of adjustments. People grow. Circumstances change.
If you feel you are just going through the motions, this could be what’s happening:
5. No personal aspirations. This may be coupled with addictions.
4. Suspecting there are strings attached whenever your spouse is kind.
3. Undermining good deeds/words from your spouse.
2. Becoming defensive whenever he/she wants to talk about the relationship, and
1. Not listening.
A common theory is to give what you want to receive, but wouldn’t that make it all about you? Why not, receive what your spouse is giving, and just say, ‘thank you,’ in your own way.

Thursday, 3 November 2011

Daylight Savings Time

Details 2 follow...

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My goal in life is to publish something, so I am in the middle of becoming more educated.  I would like to spend some time together, going out for drinks and admiring interior design. I also like walking, as long as it is somewhere like Toronto, where there is a variety of scenery. See you soon!