Tansy has been very much neglected up here, but I have once again amassed quite the list of updates, observations and acknowledgements of time. Back in October, Tansy got out her barf bingo dabber and checked off that month. I think the little rip stole some dropped food at a social event at work, but […]
Woe woe woe. Just what are you painting all those landscapes with, my dude? Wait, it’s master painter? Oh. Ok. That makes much more sense than what I heard. Carry on. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuv6xC9MgiU
A few things as I sip on some tea that I’ve just realized I absent-mindedly put sugar in twice. Fuck. I keep forgetting to mention it, but if for a couple of days last week you tried to leave a comment and couldn’t, feel free to try again. I didn’t notice a problem at first […]
I’ve been off the sex market for a very long time. But let me assure you that if I weren’t and if one day I happened to find myself with someone and the conversation went something like “Ok, before we do this I’m just going to set the phone on the bed,” that person is […]
I call it most of the good parties I’ve gone to, but nowadays they call it Beer Choir, apparently. Looks fun, whatever name you want to give it. And what a fantastic theme song. One group of Edmontonians has come to realize that songs and craft beer can make a perfect pairing. A new musical movement […]
You might think that a small, portable record playing device such as the RokBlok that eliminates the need for an actual turntable would be a good idea. You might also be wrong. I had a feeling going in that it wasn’t going to be great, but let’s just say it exceeded my expectations. Yikes.
Our friend Barb MacDougall is a very talented musician, and she wants to share her love of music and the benefits of it with as many people as she can. So to help herself reach that goal, she has submitted an application for this year’s Holman Prize. What is that? It’s this. In 2017, LightHouse […]
Not a song about snow days per se, but it seems appropriate. I’ve tried, tried, tried And I’ve tried even more I’ve Cried, Cried, Cried And I can’t recall what for I’ve pressed, I’ve pushed, I’ve yelled, I’ve begged In hope of some success But the inevitable fact is that It never will impress I’ve […]
Wait for the part about three minutes in where it says “It looks like the wall was in your head” and tell me you don’t hear “it looks like the walrus in your head.” It sounded like that to me today from a distance, anyhow.
The weather sucks and there’s not much going on at the moment that’s begging me to write about it, so here’s the video of a Scottish lady arguing with her Echo that I just finished laughing at. I believe this is the song she was after.