I went to a nearby beach a couple of days ago with a girl I’d just met to play a game of ultimate frisbee. I hadn’t ever played before so I was nervous to let down a team of people who had been at it for a while. – This isn’t where I’m headed with […]Read More Other Lonely People
I’ve left San Diego and returned to Canada. I spent my last night in California in a dreamlike place. A hot spring in the middle of the desert, surrounded by a group of people I didn’t know from all across the country. After sunset the sky slowly darkened and more stars appeared then I had […]Read More Goodbye California – ‘I’m Your Biggest Fan’
As August draws nearer it always makes me think of September. Not a great habit but I think it’s ingrained way back from elementary school. It’s during August that everyone starts talking about ‘back to school’ and stores start coming out with all their new school gear. This timing reminds me I have a deadline […]Read More How Does it Go From Here?
Synchronicity (German: Synchronizität) is a concept, first introduced by analytical psychologist Carl Jung, which holds that events are “meaningful coincidences” if they occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related. – Wikipedia Synchronicity is all around us, I think the concept comes up repeatedly in everyones’ lives, you just need to be […]Read More Synchronicity
After four long days of driving I finally made it to San Diego on April 6th. I chose Southern California as opposed to Northern California to ensure I would be spending time in warm sun, or at the very least, no snow. The dogs and I had booked an Airbnb in Banker’s Hill for the […]Read More Stay Classy San Diego
On April 3rd I packed up my car and my two dogs and left a friends house in Ontario, Canada to embark on a trip unlike any I’d ever taken. It was a Tuesday morning and it was snowing, winter was dragging on for what seemed like ever. There was a chill in the air […]Read More Netflix, Bad News & Final Destination