Wednesday, August 16, 2006

More To Come...

...I promise.

Mo Mecca

The TO gay pilgrams are happy. Abercrombie and Fitch have finally opened a store in the Eaton Center.

The only thing I'm looking forward to is the eye candy. I just love being a heretic for any religion.

Friday, July 07, 2006

News worthy?




Bush turned 60 and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was planning to give George a gift (a belt buckle no less) when the evil media spoiled the surprise.

Hilarity ensues. Wayan brothers move over.

Monday, July 03, 2006

All Night Long

It's 1:30 in the morning and I'm hankering for some chinese or thai food. When I lived downtown my options for such and endeavour wouldn't be that unreasonable to satisfy my hunger. Unfortunately I don't have the luxury living in the burbs.

So my suggestion to the cosmic powers that be: some sort of 24 hour delivery service of whatever you were hankering for.

Hey, there have been weirder wishes. Maybe it's just the hunger talking.

Countdown

Only 12 more days till the Gay Games in Chicago.

It hasn't hit me yet. It won't until I'm on the flight to O'Hare.

These next two weeks will be busy and probably a blur.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Has Anyone Seen My Nuts?



Go see Over The Hedge! It's frinkin' hilarious.

Return Of The Dead....Or Just Plain Lazy

To all my peeps out in the blogosphere....wassup?

It has been a long time. Way too long. You probably thought I was either mauled by pandas or overdosed in chocolate. Well there is some truth to that. You would think that no one is buying chocolate but anyone in the gift industry will tell you, now is our busy season. You don't understand how messed up it feels to be getting ready for the Christmas season. All that's missing from the office is the holiday cards taped to the wall and the EZ rock station that blares from our phones playing Christmas tunes 24/7. Not looking forward to that at all. I'm barely getting use to the heat for gosh sakes.

If I'm not in the office then I'm on the beach playing beach volleyball. You'd think that I would be enjoying it but the people I'm playing with aren't meshing so it's kind frustrating. The plus side you ask? Sand in my ass.

Just came back from a trip to Chi-town for Father's day. It's kinda become a yearly tradition to spend this weekend with Drew, his dad and his step mom (as it is her birthday usually the same weekend). We head to Arlington Race Track in the suburbs of Chicago for a day of sun, food and bling. Drew's brother was missing this year as he is backpacking in Asia right now.

This week is Pride week in Toronto and all is quiet (maybe just here in Scarborough) but hoping to have a good weekend by not planning at all and just seeing what this weekend brings.

Ok, so I've bombarded you with info about my life.

It's nice to be back and I'll try to post more often. Unless I get mauled by pandas.
A boy can dream, can't he?

Friday, May 05, 2006

Sucker For Bears



Now here's a class I'd love to attend!

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Classy Pooh!




An ever deserving Winnie the Pooh received a star on Hollywood's walk of fame! Congrats to the good ol' bear and I'm sure his friends will sure to follow. At least maybe Tigger as Piglet, Eeyore, et al. are considered supporting cast.

If anyone can find a pic of the whole gang during the walk of fame ceremony, please forward it my way.

Friday, April 07, 2006

Attack Of The Sick Kids

At work we are allowed to listen to the radio through the phone network. The only condition is that it's on an EZ Rock station. It's not too bad but it can tend to get a bit monotonous. Sometimes you crave some change. I don't complain as I don't mind the music as background noise as our office is really quiet being so small and no real chatty cathys.

The past 3 days have been a nightmare as they have their annual Sick Kids Radiothon. Sick Kids is a hospital that specializes in children's health care. It is an amazing hospital and I'm all for supporting the hospital but the Radiothon has the hosts blubbering every 5 minutes over stories of success stories as well as not so successful stories. Then to top it off they only play 1 or 2 full songs but the rest are really heartbreaking songs mixed in with sob stories. Now usually I'm a softie and if I was at home listening to it I'd be blubbering along with them but it's not the best idea to be blubbering at work and getting snot all over the desk. And 3 days? Good lord it's enough to make me call and donate just to get them off the air.

Honestly I hope that Sick Kids raises a lot of funds as they deserve it (they've also recently released a lottery for Sick Kids that is all the trend with all the other hospitals) but they don't need to shove a kid who is going through chemotherapy reading the telephone number as that's all they have the strength to say.

Maybe I should be one of the poor souls they showcase on the radiothon for listening to them for 3 days.