When my sister and I were growing up in Fiji and the islands came under their fourth military coup of the past two decades, it was the Canadian flag that saved us. When we moved back to Canada, it took me two years until I would sing the national anthem along with my classmates on Fridays. My soul was … More Thanksgivings of a student of life
Ever have one of those evenings where the night seems forever young? Somehow these are the perfect hours for baking… Thus, the witching hour of baking brings you…..Muffinomelettes! So go ahead and make yourself a hot caffeinated drink, turn on the kitchen lights, and release the contents of your fridge across the countertop. You’re committed … More Midnight Muffinomelettes
It’s fall and the crisp wind leaves you only two choices:
1.) Roam the neighbourhood in jeans and a T-shirt, crunching leaves under new boots
2.) Curl up by a window with a cup of tea and a warm muffin.
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Through the long, cool fingers of the wind, I passed a crisp train ticket. The winds were changing, dancing across my undone jacket and up my sleeves. A hint of pine, an exhibit of possibilities, and a cluster of dampened leaves, and an exhibit of possibilities hit my nose. A brick street at dusk, lit … More A Train Ticket at 12 Degrees