Monday, May 31, 2010


I will do my best to embrace the positivity and enthusiasm for life, that you had.

I miss you already.

Sunday, May 30, 2010


But there are NEW BERRY BLUE G-FORCE Slurpees.

One would gather from the picture of the blue raspberries that the blue raspberry flavor is what they are going for. I suppose one might wonder what a blue raspberry might taste like since blue is not a flavor. I'm just going to conclude that the Slurpee Flavor Marketing Dudes (and/or Dudettes) are a bit off their rockers. But not completely. Because they still seem to realise that blue is not a flavor, so they continue to dress up the flavor name, a bit.

Photo taken at a Canadian 7-11. May 2010.


I sometimes wonder what kind of influence I really am on my daughter.

I don't know much about that, but I do know that if I put my shoes away, so does she. And if I don't put my shoes away, they have little pink company.

This could very possibly have some deep meaning.

But mostly I just think the picture is cute.


I'm a proud mother, so here's some of my daughter's fantastic artwork. Clearly, she's gifted.

Mummy, Daddy, Weeb and her cousin J. September 2009.

One of the cats. October 2009.

Weeb, Mummy and Daddy. December 2009.

A castle with Princess Weeb and some smiles. May 2010.

Mummy. Weeb has learned the spelling, at preschool,
with an O instead of a U.
I'm not that fussed about it. May 2010.

Saturday, May 29, 2010


Weeb loves to sing.
This is our National Anthem.
(This is how Weeb sings it.)

O Canada!
(O Canada!)
Our home and native land!
(Our home and native land!)
True patriot love in all thy sons command.
(True paradise in all our sons command.)
With glowing hearts we see thee rise,
(With glowing hearts we see the rice,)
The True North strong and free!
(From True North strong and free!)
From far and wide,
(From garden lights,)
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
(O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.)
God keep our land glorious and free!
(Guard/Gord keep our land glorious and free!)
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
(O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.)
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
(*takes a bow*)

Monday, May 24, 2010


Weeb has a camera. It's pink, but beyond that, I can't recall much about it. Weeb is a very skilled 4 year old photographer and I thought I'd share some of her photographic insight into the important things in her universe.

Weeb has many fuzzy toys. I occasionally wake at night, jolted by thoughts of small fuzzy toys staring at me with beady, black eyes. So far I've found no fuzzy army evidence in my room, though I suspect it's only a matter of time.

Weeb has little plastic friends, as well. This shot is pre-stepped-on-head-which-snaps-off-easily-and-can't-be-easily-glued-so-toy-must-be-sneakily-disgarded-into-trash.

Here is a parade of little plastic pals. There was very little carnage in this circle of life. Though I am reminded that this was, in fact, a parade and NOT a circle of life.

Is a photo shoot ever complete without a shot of someone's butt? I think this is Weeb's cousin, JM. "Hey JM, wiggle your butt and I'll take a picture, okay?" "Okay!"

And, of course, the over exposed, self-shot hand. Classic!

Stay tuned for more Photogra-Weeb.

Thursday, May 20, 2010


I came accross this online and thought some fellow bloggers might find it interesting.

Take it with a grain of salt. I find it contradicted itself with me a couple of times.