Today's Notebook

Sleeping on the job

A funny thing happened while I was writing today’s main blog about Randy Pearlstein’s Writing for Comedy workshop. I was in the public library, intending to write over my lunch hour and headed for my favourite spot by the large windows in the reference section upstairs.

Technology addicts

This March Break morning, my daughter woke up in her room next door, and said, “good morning.” Not by popping her head out of the door and stumbling to the bathroom, mind you.

She said it on Facebook, cause she saw we were online, too.

Anatomy of a con

How do you cure children of faking sick? You make them stay in bed, that’s how. Both my husband and I had to get to work this morning and since our seven-year-old son informed us he was “kind of sick,” my husband agreed to stay home for the morning, and I would trade places with him in the afternoon.


There is something spiritual about grapes and grapevines. Maybe it’s because of all those biblical references with which I am so familiar. Nevertheless, I always associate grapes with fruitfulness in life.



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