Monthly Archives: May 2014

Move Yourself Through Dance

I co-teach a dance expression class on Wednesday nights for teens with pervasive developmental disorders.  It is always the best part of my week.  My second favourite part of the week is making a mix CD for the class.  This … Continue reading

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Whatever We Are, Wherever We Go, You Know It’s Yourz

I am the worst arguer.  I totally zone out.  I hear everything that’s being said; I feel everything there is to feel and I notice everything from the clothes we are wearing to the background noise to the time on … Continue reading

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I Still Need Love Because I’m Just a Man

Sam Smith is being called the male Adele and I can definitely hear the similarities.  He sings beautifully and high and his lyrics are straightforward, brutally honest and heartbreakingly sad.  His EP Nirvana is out now and his first full-length … Continue reading

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I Feel Like You; You Feel Like Me – We Couldn’t be More Different

The new City and Colour album The Hurry and the Harm is beautiful, heartbreaking and melodic like all of his stuff.  If you have the chance to see him live, do yourself a favour and do it.  I’ve seen him … Continue reading

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