A moment of silence.
It’s the 100th anniversary of In Flanders Field, a poem composed by Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae (1872-1918). It’s sobering to recall the words, which I still know by heart, when thinking about WWI and WWII and all the other conflicts and wars that have followed since then. It’s important to me, and to many other Canadians, […]
I turned 26 yesterday and had a wonderful day! It’s my first birthday since I started school of any sort that I’m not in school, the first birthday in a long time where I’m not juggling studying for midterms and prepping for clinical. Sometimes it doesn’t feel like I’ve accomplished a lot in my life, […]
I’m still alive (and I have news!)
I haven’t blogged in forever. What have I been up to since July?? I played tour guide for visiting relatives who were in Canada for all of one week that was book ended by trans-Pacific flights, I was one of the organizers for a doll convention in August (BlytheCon Vancouver), I applied for so many […]