Archive for July, 2010

Gone Fishin’

Lisa
Well, okay, we’re actually attending a wedding today.  My second cousin Darcy is marrying his sweetheart, Sadaf.  Continue reading

Footwear Fiasco

Lisa
We’re going to a wedding this weekend and I needed a new pair of shoes.   On a recommendation from a friend I popped into my local Winners and grabbed a gorgeous pair of sandals on sale, as they’re clearing out... Continue reading

Who Can I Sue?

Lisa
Lawsuits for gigantic amounts of money crop up every once in a while and usually over something pretty stupid.  Continue reading

Sweet Sounds

Lisa
820 Cham in Hamilton has abandoned its feeble stab at the talk radio format and has returned to its roots – country music.  Yesterday I tuned in to find out how it was going and heard one of my favourite... Continue reading

Uncommon Sense

Lisa
Montreal parishoners are very upset with their spiritual leader who appears to have made off with hundreds of thousands of dollars they loaned to him.  Some people even remortgaged their homes to come up with the money the Reverend Mwinda... Continue reading

Some of my Favourite People in the World

Lisa
My cousin Barb is much more than a cousin.  She is one of the best friends I’ve ever had.  We just happen to share some DNA.  Continue reading

My Best Advice

Lisa
As I’ve previously explained, my sister-in-law bought the original Bernice – my former bike, a Suzuki Boulevard S40 – and now that I’m on a bigger machine (Honda Shadow Aero) I’m having to relearn a few things to account for... Continue reading

Dumb News Item of the Week

Lisa
They say crime doesn’t pay.  When you’re a total idiot and your scheme is just plain evil, sometimes it can truly backfire.   Check out this story about a young Dad who tried to use crime to get back at his ex. Continue reading

Take Your Finger off the Button

Lisa
Someone or something has pressed “fast-forward” on my life and more immediately, on this summer. Continue reading

A Deep Mental Filing Cabinet

Lisa
I’ve noticed a trend developing in my little life. Continue reading