Do you ever find yourself lonely or simply restless, wishing a random stranger would approach you and strike up a conversation? Usually people are a lot more open to conversation than they appear. And there may be more than one of us hopeful dreamers in one room, just waiting for their moment. Imagine if we … More Dare Me: What do you wish a total stranger would say to you?
My humble online journey has now gained 101 followers. I’ve always loved changing things up, so I figured it’s time for a change. In honour of all 100 of you, and 1 of me (one must follow themself, after all). Here’s the new photo you’ll see me posting under: Spot me among the mountains! Read More: Who … More A New Look (breaking 101)
I started my dream job recently, working with the summer climbing camps at my local facility. It’s been a blast. As a kid, I put in two summers of volunteer work with the climbing camps, back when they used to let us bring the kids up in the rafters of the building to rappel down. … More Overcoming Social Anxiety with Dreams, Ambition, and Cow Noises…
When you experience loss, you can run dry of things to say to the world. Nothing to say, because you’ve lost the part of you that was interesting. Nothing to talk about, so it gets way easier to slowly drift away from everyone, ripple-lines softer and wider, floating down the Land of the Long White … More The Land of the Long White Clouds
Last night I was surprised to have you show up in my dreams again. I’m not sure why exactly I was surprised, I guess it’s just because you just weren’t invited. But since it was a scene of my humiliation, of course you were there. After all, it was in a dream that we first … More A Visitor (in my dreams)
“What other major cities have you been to, Trin?” my friend asked. I remained spellbound at the entrance to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), its large angular windows reflecting light droplets of spring rain in time with the city’s cool breath. “Um, none.” I turned to him and grinned ruefully. “How about you?” I haven’t … More Dreams and the Dinosaur Exhibit: my visit to the ROM