Whaaa Hooo!

March 20, 2008 at 1:22 pm (Uncategorized)

people tell all these crazy stories about their first time getting hammerd or first time in an air plane. i finsd it very interesting however when it comes to me telling a story about my first (something), memories start bringing me back to when i was a young go getter. mind you i thought i was the smoothest guy on the planet. this brings back the time when i was in grade six and i asked out my first girlfriend in english class throgh the whole passing of the notes faze. She looked at me with her soft brown eyes and smiled. i was swept off me feet that day. life was good. that is a little bit of the back ground info, to continue with the point of the story. We were amiture lovers, holding hands in public areas and watching tv together was our high. it was true companionship. about 2 months into our intence/ not so intece relationship, leading into the summer months the weather became warmer so swimming became our new thing. 😛 “awesome!”. We would play water games and talk about our goals for the future in the pool. We then bagan to experiment with underwater phrases and guessing it. it started off very simple sentences like “Can you hear me?” and “what’s your favorite colour?”. then out of now where it slipped out of my mouth. We surfaced and she looked at at me with a confused but curious look on her face, not a word was said. we both submerged and our lips colided. it was an overly exilerating moment, never to be forgotten for it was a true first in my life.

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How do we know?

February 25, 2008 at 2:36 pm (Uncategorized)

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How do we know when it’s right to move on? To act on more than just a gut feeling or guestimate the appropriate course of action. When do we leave the past behind and pursue towards something new? Weather it’s a material item or someone close. Where is the fine line between love and obsession? How do we know if love is equal when shared between two people?

We all need to set goals for ourselves, to strive towards something because it gives us a purpose or meaning in our lives and the ultimate reward is a sense of accomplishment or success. Where does the line lie between success and greed? When does two not become enough?

If getting older means becoming wiser, does this mean we will ultimately become more board and unenthused or maybe even desensitized because we have experienced and accomplished more things? I find even at this mere young age of 18 I have seen and felt so much in such a short time. I thrive on seeing and learning new things. Now it leaves me to wonder, what more does this world have to offer?

Knowing that humans are the most advanced species on the planet, some questions are better left unsaid.

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Something Worthwhile

January 26, 2008 at 4:18 pm (Uncategorized)

Not a word to say
To make someone’s day
Not hard to find and easy to see
Passing it on filling people with glee
Regardless of belief or culture
A simple act or thoughtful gesture
Leading to a heartwarming pleasure
Something that you cannot even measure
It brings us together and tears us apart
It’s something we initiate right from the start
Holding us together with all of its might
Leaving us fearless and full of delight
It’s the simple things we cherish the most
I do not mean to boast but hold it close
What goes up must come down
So turn that frown upside down
It’s worthwhile to see you smile

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Something to cherish

January 9, 2008 at 2:35 pm (Uncategorized)

People are always part of our lives. They come in for a reason, or just for a season. Friendships may be of the lasting kind that we treasure all our lives, or may be friendships that don’t really last. Friendships of all shapes, sizes and ages. Acquaintances, necessary friends. someone who shares the same wavelength, someone whom you could open your heart with, someone you could confide in. 

A true friend sticks with you through the good times and the bad,
A true friend will say what you might not want to hear, but a true friend won’t stay mad…
A true friend looks from the inside out and doesn’t judge by a glance
A true friend will stick by you even when you take a stance…
A true friend loves you for who you are not what you could be…
A true friend should be cherished cause’ few exist you see…
A friend to love with… A friend to play with… A friend to be with… A friend to stay with… It is true that luck plays an important part in acquiring good friends. But it is up to us to see that the friendship does not fade into oblivion. Any relationship needs to be constantly worked upon and enriched from time to time for it to grow and flourish. It is so easy to take a friend for granted. 

This is dedicated to my best friend Jon

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Personality Training

December 26, 2007 at 7:58 pm (Uncategorized)

Personality training

Everyone is different and we all have painted the perfect picture in our minds of how we want ourselves to look and feel. However, the media has played a great role in contributing to this behavior, planting ideas in our head; everyone has to be perfect, which leads us wanting to change ourselves, whether it would be on the inside or the outside to become more accepted. I believe it’s the way we perceive things in everyday life and that proves how people are so manipulative as well as gullible in our society.

If I could change something about myself I would want to tweak my personality. To become more intuitive and passionate about things in general, more or less to complete me as a well rounded person. I am a caring and friendly person but I lack in certain areas that the average person doesn’t usually pick up on.

By taking the time to write this I feel a little bit more passionate about my work and I believe i have made a positive step forward in the right direction to strengthen the targeted weaker areas. I think of it as weight lifting for the mind, you don’t get stronger if you don’t use the weaker muscles. I guess the moral of the article here is… “Practice makes perfect”

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Whats wrong with that?…. Everything!

November 27, 2007 at 10:38 pm (Uncategorized)

I may look all cute a cuddly on the outside and appear to be in a good mood virtually all the time however… something’s drive me absolutely nuts and I feel I’m too nice of a guy to blow my top off and lose control but still want to let you know when that something is bugging the crap out of me. I have created a list of my top ten pet peeves.

1.        Messy people

2.       Miss use of basic proper edicate. E.g. eating with your mouth open

3.       Poor hygiene. E.g. smells like you’ve been at the gym too long

4.       Bad breath

5.       Poor planning of Priorities E.g. a simple favor made difficult

6.       Stealing (self-explanatory)

7.       Miscommunication E.g. left out of the conversation ie. Ignored

8.       Plan breakers

9.       People who enjoy Criticism. ie. “bitchy people”

10.   No TP left!!!

These are the things that bug me the most however I do have a high tolerance level… Please refrain from tormenting me with the list provided above or I will be forced to do something that I might regret. Thanks and enjoy!

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All Together Now!

November 16, 2007 at 2:20 pm (Uncategorized)

Once you think you’ve figured it all out everything changes in front of your eyes. Society is a never ending story and everyone plays a small role in the big picture of things. If only there were 36 hours in a day then I would be able to accomplish much more. Above achieving greatness, power, riches, and wonders beyond your wildest imagination I want to take a step back and enjoy the simpler things that life has to offer. This leads me to the in-depth question of my personal inner being. If I had one final adventure in my life before I had the life sucked out of me and perish into thin air, what would I do? I would be thrilled and astounded to be apart of a hug family and friend gathering where everyone I know comes and congregates in one place for a weekend of fun, relaxation and celebration. A party none the less! Family and friends are the most important things in my life… so why not put them all together in one big package.

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Light up Her Holiday!

November 16, 2007 at 3:57 am (Uncategorized)

                Radio stations are changing their playlists, flights are starting to book up, and soon malls and shopping centers will be so crowded that women will come home complaining about shopping rather than bragging about it. It’s Christmas! Tis the season to pull a cracker. Of course, we don’t want anyone to be roasting their chestnuts alone this Holiday.

                Guys! Start by loosing the obsesion and getting away from the computer. Loosen up a bit, smile and put some charm in your back pocket and venture outside of those four walls. Don’t leave home with out some manners. Then take that sweet little hunny out for some whipped cream, hot chocolate with sprinkles on top. Enjoy eachothers company and socialize. If that doesn’t spike her taistbuds get messy and keep it interesting, decorate and personalize your very own guinger bread man together, complete with all the fixings. Maybe if she likes to keep it more intimate, watch a christmas movie and cuddle on the couch under some warm blankets.  

               A perfect getta way without the school atmospher if you’re short on dough would be Timies (two minutes down the road). Just keep the teachers and hall monitors happy by signing out. A gift wouldn’t hurt. Maybe a sectret santa. Exchange gifts. I can not stress this enough, don’t be so materialistic and annalistic about the gift that you receive and for the guys who have found that special someone. Be happy with what you get.

                In relationships, it’s the little things that mean the most.  If you have only been together for a few months, don’t expect her to break the bank getting you a Rolex watch. A great gift should clearly reveal her intentions without being too personal. The gift should also demonstrate that there was some thought involved in making the purchase.

                Remember, you have to earn the gift first. Don’t be the one left in the cold. Happy Holidays and Get it on!

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Lest we forget

November 8, 2007 at 2:43 pm (Uncategorized)

 Remembering the fallen, we shall never forget the ones we lost. Fighting for our freedom generations before our time has become no more than a vivid story. Knowing that these individuals were no older than you or me giving their lives for what’s right. Now we show our gratitude and appreciation with the lasting memorial symbol, the poppy and reciting In Flanders Fields. 11th day of the 11th month of the 11the hour, Remembrance Day is and will always be… 

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huh? That’s a rhetorical question, give me 10 laps!

October 12, 2007 at 1:31 pm (Uncategorized)

Mr. Woodcock

Long after getting past Mr. Woodcock’s gym class as an adolescent, John Farley (Sean William Scott) becomes a self help author with a breakout bestseller, Letting Go: Getting Past Your Past. When he hears that he is to be awarded one of his Nebraska hometown’s highest honors, the Corn Cob Key, for his achievement, he breaks away from his book tour to go back home. He arrives only to find that his mother is actually dating Woodcock. Naturally, Woodcock pounces on John with a new wave of torture but this time John wants to fight back by showing the community and especially his mother just how bad a person he thinks Woodcock is. And the battle goes on.

Are you going to enjoy this movie? Rhetorical question moviegoer! The answer is yes. Especially if you feel that at some point in your childhood you were severely humiliated by an educator. This movie is more of an adult comedy with a slight touch of drama and psychological themes. Sure, it is not unique, but it carries itself quite well. Even though there is nothing really extraordinary about the storyline of this movie, the script breathed life into it.

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