I did something dumb yesterday. Continue reading “Sweet stupidity”
Once upon a time I was a pre-baby-making creature in my early 30s and I wanted to go swimming. Continue reading “Pool adventures with seniors”
As some of you know, I went to school with a boy who became a famous, and internationally known musician, singer, guitar player.
Since discovering him on social media and following him along, I have reminisced about an art class we both took in grade 11. I wanted to know if he, too, remembers that particular class. In part 1 of this story I wrote about how we met.
Later, I decided to reach out to him to ask him about that class. I wasn’t really expecting a response. I figured he was busy and famous and that he probably employs PR people to run his social media account. But I sent him a DM in Instagram anyway. Part 2 of this story tells you what happened next.
Yesterday I gave my tween a haircut.
Actually, first I called the salon in our village-like neighbourhood to see if they could squeeze her in. That was on Saturday.
To read part 1 click here.
After I sent that DM in Instagram to a former classmate, I walked away from my phone.
The memory I had of an event in grade 11 art class had triggered something in me to want to reach out to this man, a boy I once knew for many years in school and who is now a famous musician, singer and guitarist.
I was really curious: did he remember that class as vividly as I did? Continue reading “Reaching out anyway – part 2”
I know someone who is famous.
He is a musician, guitarist, singer…and I went to high school with him.
Step1: Post this picture to instagram. Continue reading “How to talk yourself into going for a couch25k run”
Addressing all GenXers:
I want to know what you wore when you were in highschool during the 80s. (This is for research purposes for a piece I’m writing.)