Who wins between an irresistible force (mom) and an immovable object (toddler)? Dunno, but the loser is dad who doesn't get to sleep in.
It's a real Thomas Kinkade winter evening in the Yukon. But, you know, without the kitsch.
This box of cookies says "Yum" on the side. I expected an asterisk: "the manufacturer makes no guarantee of a pleasurable eating experience"
There is Balance in the Force: the Force pulling me to see the new Star Wars, and the Force pushing me from Whitehorse's gawdawful theatres.
Ate butter chicken "lasagna," because that's a thing now. Know what else that's good that comes in butter chicken flavor? Butter chicken.
This moody kid actually coughed up a subjunctive just now. If I were a francophone, these'd be way easier to understand.
There's no way for an anglo to say the French word for "head cold" (rhume) without sounding like a budget Inspector Clouseau impersonator.
As I work outside, a pantsless male is peering at me through binoculars. Not a concern, unless that 3-year-old drops my frickin' binoculars.
Home recovering from this year's whirlwind Vancouver trip. Saw 2 underwater Santas: one in scuba gear, other parading downtown in the rain.
Headed down to Van for a quick pit stop and I see that they're expecting ... 50+mm of rain? How does that much water even float in the sky?
~50% of my graduating CS class (90s) hated coding by the end. The best I've met started out self-taught. #codeyukon mikehadlow.blogspot.ca/2015/12/learn-…
It's common enough for Yukon parents to name girls "Aurora." Why not "Borealis"? Doesn't seem fair. Kim & Kanye came close with "North."