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Mr. Fix-It

Now my husband is a lovely man but he is definitely not a “handyman”.
He is, however, under the impression that it’s his job to fix things. 289 more words

The Earlier Stuff

Canada Eager to Consider Investing In New Montreal Rail Network

The Canadian government is eager to consider joining the pension fund Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec in investing in a new public transport light rail network in Montreal, the third-largest of its kind in the world, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Saturday. 262 more words

Tech

Cul-de-Sac

Moving to the cul-de-sac,
this city boy already keow there’s
only one way in. Just turn right for
a quarter-mile or so, past kissing-cousin duplexes… 256 more words

Poem

There's a dragon flying on your arm

There’s a dragon flying on your arm

The second summer of love was in a ten year tailspin,

we’d wasted years backmasking the Bad Seeds in search of a… 208 more words

New Poetry

City vs. suburbs

Living in the suburbs has its advantages, the same type of home is way cheaper than those located in the city – and the lot size is twice the size. 613 more words

Real Estate Services

Sandra Benedetto: And You May Find Yourself in a Beautiful House

I was twenty-three when I moved to the city, and it didn’t occur to me to wonder how long I would stay. It was just the next move, a new beginning. 897 more words

Personal Stories

Truth... Or 1 year ago/1 year later

1 year ago… I was probably on the subway– squished up against strangers, trying to keep my 1-year-old happy, checking work emails to make sure nothing urgent was happening, silently hating every single man (and woman– but honestly mostly the men) sitting with his legs insanely spread out (overcompensating) while I stood angrily in a corner with a stroller… Sometimes taking pictures of those men- thinking that maybe one day I would post them on some sort of manners shaming blog… 319 more words

Mom