Tag Archives: questions

Waffles

A question for the universe. When the toaster burns your waffles, is it time to: a) Replace your toaster b) Stop eating toaster waffles

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Leftovers

Upon waking and opening my refrigerator door, I spotted the leftover Chinese food and thought it would make a good breakfast.  Then I spotted the leftover pizza and thought it too would make a great breakfast.  Then my eyes drifted … Continue reading

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Lots to Juggle

There are some complex machines out there.  You know what I am talking about.  You’ve seen those people sitting in front of some control panel, flipping hundreds of switches while turning thousands of dials,  with ease.   They make the complex … Continue reading

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Responding to a Fellow Blogger

I am following about 270 bloggers.  That seems like a lot, but since I haven’t cleaned it out in a while, I am sure the number of active bloggers is around 30, certainly less than 50.  Most are cyclists, a … Continue reading

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Special Blogger

Claudette over at Writer of Words, Etc. Blog awarded me the Special Blogger Award. I appreciate the thought, and I am going to do my best to live up to some of what she has asked. Generally these things come … Continue reading

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A Thought on Sleep

    Catching up on sleep is a phrase people have used my whole life. I’ve heard it muttered by family members, friends, and even strangers on the bus.  And while I understand it, it does make me wonder.  If … Continue reading

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When Height is the Question

teaching ESL old school I was late, it was raining, and I didn’t see the ominous puddle in front of the bus shelter. Yeah, some wiseass decided to soak me really good–I know it was a conscious decision because the … Continue reading

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Respect

I write a lot about my students because they give me a lot of material to work with. As we finally embrace winter, the questions begin. Is February warmer than now?                                                  How long does winter last? Is Montreal warmer … Continue reading

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Responding to the Sunshine Blogger Award My Way.

I have been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by Hunida. I have to admit that I have done enough of these awards that I am no longer completely excited by them.  I spent a lot of time thinking up … Continue reading

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Breaking Rules and Answering Questions

I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger award by Kelsey Marie at Kelsey + Life.  I would like to thank her for supporting my blog and having the confidence in it to recommend it to her readers.  That means a … Continue reading

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