Posts tagged with "bus".
Claire literally cried this morning when she looked out the window at the three-inch blanket of snow covering the ground. Yesterday, though I was fully aware that something like this was coming last night, I would have almost suggested it was …read the full post ⇒
I’ve been sitting here for over an hour trying to get words out onto this blank screen.
Cleverness alludes me, as does any sort of structured creativity. It’s in these sorts of moments when curious things are borne from skewed minds, or so …
I must have been in some kind of post-run daze, having forgot to mention while prolifically spouting off in two blog posts last night, that yesterday was another experience in extreme weather running. Specifically — and I don’t know why, sitting here …read the full post ⇒
Karin (thought she) had a training course early this morning, so — outside of the normal routine — I was tasked with dropping Claire off a the day-home this before work.
Usually, I evade this task because of the logistics of timing and …
Perhaps it’s a little abstract… but then that’s the point.
Everyone with whom I have had more than five minutes worth of conversation these days wants to know: “What did you enjoy most about Europe?” — and I stumble through the fragmented and …
It is pouring rain again today. Bucketting. Record-breaking. Flood-type rain. That might not be so bad, except that the bus broke down in between stops this morning. There was a couple loud thunk-noises, the lights flickered, and we just stopped dead. I pulled out my brolly and wandered patiently with the rest of the crowd to the next stop.read the full post ⇒
The thing about BC Place is — the thing you really need to know — and would know if you lived in this city and were even slightly privy to even the shallowest bit of Vancouver trivia — is that BC Place, the football stadium, is inflated. The white pillowy marshmallow that is the roof of the mega-complex, is held up, largely, by a whole bucket full of air pressure.read the full post ⇒