Who is your muse?

It’s probably not a good sign when you become anxious about blogging, especially when the last entry has been a while and has expressed no meaningful intent whatsoever. Suppose you had much more to say back in the day because many things had mattered, or at least you believed they did. The truth is that Read More …

Nothing for the tiger

Since I started working full-time, there haven’t been many time gaps for personal writing and reading. I even agreed on an additional contractual position, which is project-to-project. Luckily, they’ve been cancelling and delaying projects which is fine because otherwise, I’d be working to a point I wouldn’t know who I was anymore. Those who know Read More …

Matt from Montréal

We were camping. I’m not Canadian, so I can’t say I’m crazy about it. Sure, Canada has amazing national parks, and the Rocky Mountains are vast, but I’ve never been much of a camper. I recall some excitement when camping in the backyard of my old house until the bugs ruined my enjoyment.   Then, Read More …

Ralph and me

I officially sold my SUV last month (due to desperate times, etc.). It had sentimental value because it was my first car. I purchased it in 2018 and named him Ralph because it was the first owner’s name. Ralph and his wife had taken fantastic care of the car until they decided to downgrade to Read More …

Goals in my control

Your karma is supposed to run over someone else’s dogma, but I think I’ve repeatedly run over my own. And that’s a stupid thing to do. I shall call it self-denial and lack of self-belief.   When I think of my goals and what they were ten years ago, I honestly don’t know what goals Read More …