The Courage to Start (Again)

"The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start." -John Bingham Yesterday  was my graduation run.  After ten weeks starting what feels like an eternity ago, the For Women Only Clinic at The Running Room embarked on their last run together.  (At least those who can make it …

Welcome to Friendly Manitoba…Until You Play Our Hockey Team

Sometimes I still can't believe the Winnipeg Jets are back.  When the website jetsowner.com came to people's attention, I admit to nay saying like everyone else.  The team left and all I could do was move on, with the memories of attended games sometimes told as stories over some gathering. When the Jets were in …

We Interrupt this Blog Spotlight…

Whenever I link to a video or anything a major thought goes through my head I hope it's okay and not against copyright.  The Simpson's Game of Thrones parody is a prime example.  I think it's funny and therefore share the funny.  Fox already took down clips from many sites, some people on YouTube even …

Entertainment Weekly will feature three different covers to mark Game of Thrones' return. However, this photo is all-out hysterical with a sword subbing as an air guitar.

Midweek Geekiness

Monday's entry was originally intended for today.  However, as I tried to embed the Simpson's parody of Game of Thrones, the entry went live with no way to get it back.  (Trust me I tried.)  I changed it to 'Monday Geekiness' and-viola-the entry manged to save itself. So let's get on with some new tidbits …

Monday Geekiness

The Simpson's have done some pretty good couch gags over the 20 plus years on the air.  Recently, they turned their satirical eye on Game of Thrones by mashing Springfield with Westeros.  To say this video was difficult to find and share is an understatement.  Fox took down clips on websites and blogs with Digital …

Wrestling with Perfection(ism)

Grrrr... For the past three weeks, I have written, deleted, written some more, pressed backspace again and again, before withdrawing my hands from the keyboard to recognize perfectionism paid me a visit.  It's not the topic of my piece (Michael Geist's website), just the usual feeling of it's not good and who do I think …