Serendipity At Its Best

Well, I wasn’t going to say anything for a couple of reasons. One—we would surely get judged for our decision and two, we weren’t even sure what we were going to do ourselves. It’s been a wait-and-see game without a doubt. For some of you also, I’m guessing. See, we happen to LOVE travelling, specifically …

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Your Typical (and Not-So-Typical) Canadian, Eh? Part Two.

Yesterday, in part one of this blogpost, you heard about some of the things that are a dead giveaway to me being a tried and true Canadian. Today, you’ll hear about the ‘darker’ or more unpatriotic sides of me. Already, I find my heart rate increasing since I usually don’t share this kind of list …

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Private Answers in a Publicly Funded System?

  One simple phone call and two business days later, I was driving across the city to my much-needed MRI appointment.  I bet you are thinking, Wow--Canada must have a super efficient healthcare system.  Impressive!  That's the place to go for help.  I would be of the same mindset if I were reading this.  Almost …

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The Suffocation of Chronic Pain

Is my ankle pain life-threatening? Thankfully not! Could things be worse for me? Yes, most definitely. Just the same, my recent and worse flare-up yet has left me with a few realizations. Funny how 'forced' inactivity affords a person extra time to think--time to think about the bad, appreciate the good and question the in-between.  …

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