Weider Lodge - Blue Mountain Resort
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... somehow hostile towards me right now. First day off in who knows how long and the temperature is bitterly cold. So cold I feel like my frozen limbs are going to snap off one by one like twigs as I walk down the icy highways. Too cold to be running around on the Collingwood streets, but I have no choice, I have too much to do. But it goes on and on, the hindrances and obstacles- some stranger is going to be shoved ...
Well folks, home today to piles of snow! Well it is winter and we do live in Ontario! Was definitely in Caribbean relax mode for remaining days on Barbados. A very busy island with narrow , unmarked roads and lots of traffic. The island is made of coral so some interesting formations on our beach walks. With the villa on the beach we could get in ...
... there wasn't even an evil person. But, unfortunately, somebody caused something horrific to happen. Nemract was almost destroyed. But saved. By whom, you may ask? By moi. I lost my memory after that accident, and so everyone stopped praising me like I was their king or something. After I regained my poorly misplaced memories, I felt bad for myself. For the first time in forever, I actually pitied myself. (THIS IS NOT PART OF THE ACTUAL STORY) Now, I travel ...
In my quest to try and be a better person, I have been doing a lot of shift-swapping recently. An expedient way to help people out, make their lives easier, with little inconvenience to me other than signing slips of paper every so often. Also, yes, I gain a smidgen of grim satisfaction from defying and exerting control over our fiercely complicated staff rotas- having them revised to suit our mutual needs, remaking them in our own image. This may ...
The other day I woke up with a nosebleed, which of course led to a frantic Google search in pursuit of a medical explanation, preferably a benign one. There I was, clasping my tablet, tissues hanging from my face, sighing in relief: apparently winter is to blame. Winter plus the necessity of breathing can frequently lead to the drying of the nasal passages, which can result in a somewhat bloody nose. This led to an amusing conversation with a co-worker during a slow hour on the desk as ...