Everyone is still riding the holiday buzz, and I'm still bouncing back from the a sugar overload.
For the first time in my life, I went to the U.S. this year for American Thanksgiving (or, as they call it, Thanksgiving). I've heard stories of how big a celebration it is down there, even bigger than Christmas (!!!), but it was a shock all the same when I finally experienced it for myself. … Continue reading Doodle-Ventures: American Thanksgiving a.k.a. one long food coma
One week ago, our moon became a figurative superstar (not to be confused with a super star, which is a description more suitable for the sun*). For one night — actually more like three nights — our regular-hum-drum-nothing-to-see-here moon got an upgrade and became ... *cue dramatic trumpet fanfare* Super Moon! In case you live under … Continue reading Doodle-Ventures: look up
I always find it funny when people tell me I'm cool and collected under pressure. Sure, I may put on a calm face but it sure isn't because I've mastered the art of keeping the mind in a zen-like state of serenity.
More than two days after the fact, I'm still struggling to wrap my head around the outcome of the U.S. election. Let's not kid ourselves; the politics of America rarely if ever stay contained within its borders.
History is in the making. No matter how America votes, a new chapter is set to unfold, and we're all holding our collective breaths.
As the clock ticks ever closer to E-Day, tensions are running high. It's all election all the time. In times like these, I find it helpful to learn from the star of today's doodle.