365 Days of My
Little Miss did not feel like having her picture today and I can understand and respect that. The poor wee thing has been very sick now since last Monday night. She seemed to have been getting better over the past few days, but then today again her fever shot up past 100oF. I got her cooled off and medicine into her, and she is resting now. Tomorrow though it’s off to the doctors office or Children’s Hospital, whoever can see us. With both of us sick and out of commission, we need solutions and we need them now. So instead of a picture today, she chose three of her favorite pictures from her past.
“Rainbow Girl. Age: 3”
“Rainy Day Puddle Jumper, Age 2”
“Rainbow Dash Cos-Play, Age: 4”
365 Days of Truth, Confessions of a Mad Woman
I was once approached by CSIS to feed them information about certain white supremacist people and organizations around Ontario.
Weeks prior to this encounter, I had had the every living tar beaten out of me… for being nothing more then against racism. So, I agreed to get them as much as I could… one time only, for vengeance sake. Then I wanted nothing more to do with it. I wasn’t willing to risk my life.
So I went back to the house, wrote down all the addresses and phone numbers from my roommates phone book. I collected all of the Heritage Front propaganda, meeting times and places and literature. I wrote down names of those I knew affiliated… and then I called up the agents, met them for coffee and gave it all over. So for a brief moment I can say I was a informant to a spy.
365 Days of Healthy Living
I am so tired now that I have fallen asleep three times already. So I will leave you with one of my favorite TED talks.
Jane McGonigal: The game that can give you 10 extra years of life: http://youtu.be/lfBpsV1Hwqs
And now for a good laugh before bed…