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Tell me, but quietly and out of earshot of the daycare ladies

If you’ve been following this bjournal for a while you might recall I vowed to stop lurking in doorways. I took a big step out of the doorway by deciding to submit my name to audition for professional theatre companies–and … Continue reading

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10 Things

In random order these are the things occupying my brainspace and time: 1) My daughter has just finished her full-day speech-language assessment, the last component of the larger assessment to determine if she is on the autism spectrum or if … Continue reading

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Guilty Pleasures

I’ve been thinking about the idea of qualified and sanctioned. Who gets the right to tell us what things to like and dislike? Why are these experts more qualified than our own nose to sniff out what we like in … Continue reading

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Trade Show Report

I’m back. My feet still hurt. I think I managed to do some selling, but you know nothing’s certain until people sign on that dotted line, so this week is all about the follow-up. Whatever. Like you want to know … Continue reading

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I, Widget

You are approved. Operation prohibited by disc. You have 81 friends. This page has a skabillion hits. You are not authorized to access this information. You know those movies where killer Robots take over the world? I, Robot or Terminator are … Continue reading

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Spring, Spring, Spring!

Go here to Jane Siberry’s brilliant Pay What You Want store. Then go to her album Teenager and download the song When Spring Comes.  Happy music. This song contains the brilliant line I think I would read my books if … Continue reading

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Barenaked in the Book Store

Really. How great are the Barenaked Ladies? The ladies are launching their first ever children’s album in May (“Snacktime” is its name) and debuted some of the material from that album at the Chapters store in Langley (BC). The first … Continue reading

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