who *is* this chick

Sept 14, 2010

I’m a random Canadian chick, living in southern Alberta. Life isn’t exactly what I thought it would be, and I’m not exactly who I thought I would be.

It seems I’m not exempt from the human condition.

So, why the blog? Basically, my brain is overflowing.

What can you expect? Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy references, for sure. Random thoughts, book stuff, craft stuff, music stuff, stupid random funny stuff… and probably some heavier stuff once in a while. I’m turning out the pockets of my brain here, hoping to get to the good stuff in the lint.

April 18, 2011

Still me, still in Southern Alberta. Still tryin to get to the good stuff.

Some things have gotten a bit better, some lessons have been learned the hard way, and there are some disappointments that I have yet to turn into growth opportunities.

Life is life. What a non-statement. And yet, so apt.

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6 Responses to “who *is* this chick”

  1. I can definitely relate to the brain overflowing stuff. I first started blogging for that very reason: I needed a creative outlet in the midst of the mundane work and chaos of it all. Now, my blog is more of a centerpiece in my life rather than a mere escape, and I like it that way!

    In any case, I found your blog via curbsidevision’s profile on StumbleUpon. You are articulate and insightful like her.. If I didn’t know any better, I would think you are the same person.. Come to think of it, she is Canadian as well…..

    Hey, wait a minute! HI?!! =oD

    (BTW, subscribed via RSS.. I’m making it more of a habit now to do that when I find something truly special. Too much regurgitated crap and pop culture on the webz these days. Truly, it makes me a sad panda!)

  2. Hi, nice to meet you !

  3. Thank you for sharing the tragic, winsome verse. I wish I could hear you sing the song. I need to re-hook my speakers up and then will listen to the fair Sinead.

  4. I liked the 09/16 post about your ancestors. We feel a resonance with the land that birthed us. I felt a sense of loss leaving the 80 acres that I spent my teen and pre-teen years living on.
    Great chesterton quotes.

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