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And then there’s that moment… … when you have a fantastic hit on an opposing team member. … when you manage to do what you’re supposed to and hold back the jammer. … when you get separated from your team … Continue reading
I made a comment to someone tonight: “I get it. I’m the newest, freshest, slowest, fattest, least co-ordinated. But could ya not make me feel like shit about it?” It was in response to what happened over the weekend. And … Continue reading
My derby bestie couldn’t make it tonight. I don’t know what it is about Thursday practice, but I tend to bail on it. So when she couldn’t make it tonight, I was… ambivalent. I don’t want to go. I want … Continue reading
I believe in signs, do you? My van caught fire when I was trying to go look for work in Kamloops. We ignored the sign and moved anyhow. It wasn’t the best move for us, but we did it … Continue reading
Yeah I get this is my fitness blog – that it doesn’t have anything to do with *dating* per se…. but you see, the person I want to date is not me. I want to date someone who is active. … Continue reading
Oh hey, what’s that? Skating? Me? Yep. I was. 2 weeks of influenza. Homework piled up and keeping me from skating. Broke-assed and couldn’t pay my dues. And so I almost quit. Not quit quit. But just stopped skating, until … Continue reading
Exploring the Northern Troth
Offering empathy to those who find themselves alone at middle-age
Writing through life's passages.
Bringing love back into my life after losing the love of my life!
Writing that goes everywhere, man
My Husband Died When I Was 25 After A Short Fight Against Bowel Cancer
A little blog about us *now with added glitter*
Ramblings of a girl masquerading as a woman...
the life and times of a young widow, teacher & mother
before, after and the wine in between.
Exploring a new land and continuing to learn about myself
"...To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man." - Hamlet, Shakespeare