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Yearly Archives: 2009
Paul the Ninja Today’s flash imagination pic is a few weeks old, but I still find it interesting. This is how I had to dress up when the temperature here dropped below 20 degrees Celsius. It was friggin feezin! Anywho, … Continue reading
I just want to take a few minutes and wish everyone Happy Holidays! I hope you all get what you asked Santa for, and if not, well, you only have yourself to blame, now don’t you?
I just want to take a breather and apologize for the lack of posts. Its crunch time at work right now, and though they don’t make us work 12 hours per day, we’ve been working a lot. Come Christmas vacation, … Continue reading
Today’s Flash Imagination pic was taken at the Dog Park a few blocks from my appartment. Someone placed a small pink mitten on the fence surrounding the park, and I found it made for an erie picture with the street … Continue reading
This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Halloween in Montreal“The flu thing my ass,” I grumbled. Surprised, Steve silently stared at me, his face similar to that of a child with his hand in a cookie jar. … Continue reading
As many of you know, my sister is getting married in June 2010. While trying to help her raise money for the wedding, I came up with the idea of creating custom content on Zazzle.com. You can view this content … Continue reading
Well I’m back from an exhausting yet fun week in Denver, and I have to say that there was snow on the ground over there! I snapped a pic with my trusty cell phone camera and am posting it as … Continue reading
I’ve been preparing new content that I will be adding to Folaji.com over the next few months, so keep an eye out for the following: Writter Blog Since moving to Montreal, I’ve been thinking about the how we ended the … Continue reading
Today being Remembrance Day, I figure this is the least I could do: In Fanders Fields By: Lt.-Col. John McCrae In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky … Continue reading