There's a set of events in the flashbacks that drive suspense and you keep waiting for the 'omens to fall'. When they finally do, it's very satisfying.
We saw a theater event outside, on a horse-drawn wagon in the snow - which would've been very Canadian in it's own right, but the play focused on the indigenous people of Canada and concerns over a fictional oil pipeline. It was basically the most Canadian thing I'd done since I arrived.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to survive in a brutal, post-apocalyptic world, then Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead is for you.
My blog's audience shifted, and in doing so, folks in my life who knew little about me before, came to know more about me than I intended for them to, which worries me. I came to the realization that what I have to say changes how people perceive me.
I feel like I'm saying this a lot lately, but life is pretty strange! A few months ago it looked like I'd be moving to Philadelphia. And before that, I had been searching for a new job. Now, in a totally unexpected turn of events, I'm engaged!