My summer: A food gallery

I understand now summer of 69. I have never experienced the rays of sunshine in a season so highly anticipated as the one that just came and passed. It arrived with anticipation of it being the last of younghood:  a hope, yet, far-reaching into the future; a nostalgic ride far back into the past. I … Continue reading My summer: A food gallery

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Canada: My Story

I began this blog one late afternoon. What was most compelling about that afternoon was not my engagement in a book or another, but rather, my keen and fixed interest on my television set as I sat there watching Julie and Julia. I had just received my acceptance letter to the Applied-Linguistics masters’ program I … Continue reading Canada: My Story

The Path of Disseminated Thoughts: Journey to the Centre of the Earth

It’s 10:30 am and I’m pondering the day’s outlook. The weather has been upset all week, as though swarming in thought, irately, over an argument that’s completely useless. Sometimes its tears drench the soil in a sad attempt to gain notice, and it has succeeded- other times, it is steady –motionless, sunless- overthinking its temperament. … Continue reading The Path of Disseminated Thoughts: Journey to the Centre of the Earth