- Things to do / see / eat in the Santa Barbara area
- Short Story Clubbin’ (3/3)
- Short Story Clubbin’ (2/3)
- Short Story Clubbin’ (1/3)
- “No comment.”
- My occupation is approved by US Customs
- Gone with the what now?
- This is not a contest.
- Chicago-land Activities
- For some people, the glass is basically half full. Of chunks of glass.
- Maps of Texas! Yeehaw!
- And isn’t it ironic, dontcha think?
- I’m gonna let you finish, but…
- The War of 1812!
- We are living in a material world
- Just another foray into material culture and girlhood studies
- More on words
- Queering Barbie Dolls
- RIP Stompin’ Tom
- Thank you. No, thank-you!
- Irrational anger
- Let me get a big “hell yeah” for the tricks of pedagogy
- What do you NEED to know? (2/2)
- What do you NEED to know? (1/2)
- Words, words, words
- [Insert obligatory Valentine's Day post here.]
- What is a degree even good for? I mean, really.
- “Where’d you get that camera!?”
- Way to go, Little Company of Mary Hospital!
- Theory of mindlessness (or Whaaaat? – Part 4)
- Props to human geography teacher Molly Myers
- The game you can’t lose (or Whaaaat? – Part 3)
- Have you lost your marbles? (Or Whaaaat? – Part 2)
- Are you lost, little girl? (or Whaaaat? – Part 1)
- United Steaks? (1969 / 2009 mash up)
- Research mash-up
- The more you know…
- …other times, I send out even wackier emails.
- It’s every* cartoonist’s favo(u)rite day of the year!
- Sometimes, I send out wacky emails…
- You win some, you lose some…
- Kevin Keller is so dreamy
- Pick a side
- Kids these days…
- The most amazing book shop ever
- Carleton University Service Excellence Award 2011
- Movember appears to be a big deal in Canada
Monthly Archives: August 2011
Once upon a time, it was Labo(u)r Day in Canada-land, and I was moving in to a house with people I had found on the internet to start my MA program at Carleton University. After a whirlwind tour of the … Continue reading
For various legitimate reasons more scandalous than I care to explain in a public forum, my MIL has some slight distrust of “those Americans.” Specifically, she has a small (and largely justified if you take the perspective of a 60-something … Continue reading
There are lots of reasons you shouldn’t talk talk to strangers, perhaps the most pressing of which is the risk of having a full-length feature movie made about your experience featuring characters sporting costumes from the 90s (nice Canadian tuxedo, … Continue reading
Since last week’s story was such a hit, I thought I’d share my sister’s sequentially artistic rendition of the events, created during our wait at Redamak’s.
My grandma on my mom’s side liked to keep things. Scratch that, she liked to keep EVERY thing. This meant that cleaning out her house was a fascinating undertaking that resulted in the discovery of at least six separate sets … Continue reading
It was a sunny summer day on August 7, 2011. There was a light breeze in the trees, and the waves in the water at the family summer house rippled ever so slightly, beckoning boaters to bask in the luxuriantly … Continue reading
As an aspiring researcher of visual culture – with a particular emphasis on cartography, comics, cartoons, and Awesome Things – I try to stay hip and current with the ongoing discussions in areas I find interesting, like COMICS!!! So I … Continue reading
There are lots of opinions on the topic of grad school as foolery. Lots and lots and lots. Here are two of my favorites, not necessarily in order of preference: – The sardonic take in video form – The optimistic … Continue reading