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.
Somehow, even while days drag on into eternity, weeks will also fly by largely unnoticed until one day you wake up and realize Friday has come at last.