Livening up your laptop lid: self-adhesive reusable surface (August 26, 2006, 0) - All you need to transform your laptop lid into a reusable surface
where you can display your latest doodles are: one photo album with
self-adhesive pages, a knife, and double-sided tape. Get a photo album
that uses plastic and a sticky(ish) surface. Life is easier and neater
if the strip that keeps the plastic attached to the book is
COFFEE OR TEA? (June 29, 2004, 0) - I turned, startled, as the doors burst open and the staccato beat of
her heels on tiles announced her approach. From the look of it, she
just had a bad day at the office. “Long time no see,” I teased her,
standing up as she stalked in.
She pecked my cheek and slid into the booth, ignoring the menu
ETIQUETTE — 55 words (January 28, 2005, 0) - “Out to in,” she said earlier; my silent mantra as I contemplated the
bewildering array before me. Chose the outermost.
Her parents were quiet for the rest of dinner.
Waiting for a cab, I flipped through the etiquette book she lent me.
Damn. They skipped a course on purpose. Wrong fork.
Tough, dating a WASP.
- In response to “you had
Fountain pen (May 27, 2006, 0) - I have a new fountain pen, and all is right with the world. It’s a
Waterman Harmonie with a beautiful red body, some heft, and a fine
tip. It’s a joy to write with.
I shopped at both Laywine’s near Bay Street and Sears in Eaton Centre
before settling on this pen. The sales staff at both stores were
Waiting for my Kindle (May 20, 2011, 0) - I’m waiting for the delivery of my Kindle. Well, I’m not really waiting for it. I’m waiting for my co-worker so that I can hitch a ride with him to the office. But my Kindle has made its way from Arizona to Colorado, with a brief stopover in Ontario. (What?!) It got loaded on a