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Failure is an Option

June 8, 2007

The only way to learn is to make mistakes and not be fearful of them. Mistakes are valuable for what they give us, experience. We build on our experiences and learn. I don’t think you can learn anything without having made a number of mistakes [Keep Reading]

A Great Day!

June 7, 2007

Yesterday was such a great day! First, I got to return to my class after a couple of days off. I was surprised that I missed it so much. The supply teacher did a good job by the looks of it, but I always hate to leave my class if I don’t have to. [Keep Reading]

Jericho Lives! – Yes!

June 6, 2007

I am ecstatic! CBS has officially announced that it will be bringing back Jericho in the mid season next year with a seven episode order. They also have announced that if the viewership increases that they may order more episodes. This is great [Keep Reading]

Breath of Fresh Air

June 6, 2007

When Nas came out with “Hip Hop is Dead” I agreed with him. It seemed like there was no music of any substance being produced anymore. The songs that were hitting on the charts were all empty, soulless songs that did not appeal to me in the [Keep Reading]

Peripheralizing Ourselves

June 5, 2007

The comment posted on Caught One by eastcoastdweller really got me thinking. I stared at the computer screen and totally agreed with his comment. I couldn’t think of anything to reply back to it. On my way home, I thought of a similar comment that [Keep Reading]

Guilty Pleasures

June 4, 2007

Much More Music ran a special called Top 50 Guilty Pleasures last week. It’s interesting to see the pop songs of the past that didn’t result in anything other than one hit wonders. It is almost like the music industry is meant to be disposable. [Keep Reading]

My First Novel – Done?

June 1, 2007

Well I just finished it. My very first novel. It’s called 4 Wheels and a Piece of Maple. It is about an Aboriginal boy from a small and isolated First Nations Reserve who gets exposed to skateboarding culture and it not only changes his life, but [Keep Reading]

Caught One

May 31, 2007

So my recent obsession with blogs has taken me on quite the adventure. I have found some really interesting posts, some amazing blogs, and some horrible ones. I feel like I have been digging in a sandbox, hoping to find some gem that someone has [Keep Reading]

What Happened to Respect?

May 30, 2007

As a child I was always taught to be respectful to my elders. My parents made sure that I spoke with respect to any adult. When I was in school I called my teachers “Sir.” I always said “please” and “thank you” and it never felt like I [Keep Reading]

Newest Obsession

May 29, 2007

I sat down at the computer fully intent on writing something tonight. I ended up blog-surfing again instead. I wonder if it is because I am finding part three of my novel hard to write. Maybe it is a way for me to avoid writing. I don’t know. All [Keep Reading]
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