Credit for the Featured Image to Chris Moet “The oak fought the wind and was broken, the willow bent when it must and survived.” ― Robert Jordan, The Fires of Heaven Effects of COVID-19 in Ontario Here in Southwest Ontario, we're really beginning to feel the effects of the infamous COVID-19 pandemic, and I grow … Continue reading COVID-19 in Ontario, Canada and the Future of Humanity
“Temper us in fire, and we grow stronger. When we suffer, we survive.” ― Cassandra Clare The Pandemic I'm going to crack my recent silent streak now that the virus has obliterated the rest of University term and reduced it to some online lessons. I suppose that Summer break has come early for some of us, … Continue reading The Coronavirus Pandemic is Here
"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors." - Plato Canadian Politics 2019 This election feels very important to me, and so I've felt the need to write about it (even though I was supposed to be on a blogging break). I'm not wanting … Continue reading Eh There, Hosers! Think Twice Before Electing Conservative This Year
“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” -Gustav Flaubert If any of you have been following me for a while, you may have noticed that I had covered my BC road-trip extensively in four posts during my very early blogging days. However, this blog has grown and … Continue reading Memories Of A Road Trip In British Columbia
To all of my fellow Canadians out there, Happy Canada Day! To everyone else abroad, you can celebrate the awesomeness that is Canada right along with us! We are an inclusive country so please join in with us in giving Canada it's little bit of time in the sun and let's chew on some of … Continue reading Happy Canada Day! Here Are A Few Fun Facts to Help You Celebrate Today
Hayden could still taste the smoky flesh of the cooked trout caught between his teeth. He’d been walking for a few hours now along the roadside, shaping a stick from a young tree with a knife as he went. The stick was about two feet long and an inch in diameter. He thought it might come in handy later since the moisture in the wood made it a little more resistant to any fire.
It was the week of my 28th birthday and this trip was going to be my birthday present to myself. I was badly in need of a retreat from my daily routines and I was also on the prowl for a new location in Canada that I could one-day call home.