Category: Family

Defining “Home”

Several weeks ago, I was at a market selling my photographs. I was talking with a woman from another table, and we were happy to find out that we both hailed from Montreal. “We’re practically neighbours!” she exclaimed…. Read More

Geek history was made and I was there.

A couple of weeks ago, geek history unfolded before me. For the first time in 25 years, the entire cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation was gathered at the same place. If you recall, when this was… Read More

Riding the Wave of Confusion to Wake Up

Right. I’m trying to wrap my head around what day it is still, but at the very least, I know where I am. I’ve made it to Bulgaria and am currently staying in a hotel in a little… Read More

Becoming BFFs with Jonathan Frakes (with special guest appearance by William Shatner)

My feet hurt and my back is tired from lugging around my camera, but what a day!! With my siblings, mother, and niece and nephew in tow, I made it down to the Calgary Expo for a little… Read More

Oh happy day! My sister has her BFA!

Let me begin by telling you the story of the ring I wear on my right hand… Way back in the day when my sister Erinn started her art degree, she made a ring for one of her… Read More

Eric & Money

We have a small piggy bank sitting on the counter in the kitchen. As you might expect, all of us dump the change from our pockets into it as we pass by and after awhile, it gets pretty… Read More

Conference presentations…

This week has been all about preparing for the 2005 Chacmool Archaeological Conference. It’s been pretty crazy trying to get the presentation written, since I have had two midterms and a bunch of assignments due this week. I… Read More

Passed away in the night…

Regatta “Monkey” Logee June 10th 2000 – September 13 2005 May her afterlife be filled with dentabones, stuffed animals shaped like cats and bears, and long pools of sunlight on the carpeting.

Daniel’s Wedding

I had hoped I’d be okay with flying. I was not. Sickness overtook my stomach, made worse by two brats kicking and knocking the back of my seat. It all faded away when I stepped through Arrivals and… Read More