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June's book. "Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest" by Hanif Abdurraqib. . When I was on the verge of 10- or maybe 12- I declared the end of my youth and began a long process of mourning. Mourning playgrounds and tree climbing. Mourning irresponsibility and empty time. That is not to say I stopped doing those things, but I began to engage with them via feelings of nostalgia. Which became my favourite feeling. "Go Ahead in the Rain" is a book of many things, but, for me, one of the most potent is the nostalgia. I began listening to Tribe late in high school due to the recommendation of my friend Ingrid. And I fell in love with rap and hip hop through them. And so, not only was this book a wonderful, soulful read steeped in poetry, it was also a totem enabling me to better access those years of my own life. Abdurraqib maneuvers between the broader history of rap (and the realities of the world and people that inspired it) and how the music impacted the specifics of his life. And he speaks to the ties that bind us through time, to the reality that we do not exist outside of our personal and collective histories. Read the book and listen to the albums. You'll be happy you took the time. . . An excerpt: "Dear Ali Shaheed Muhammad, You will be pleased to know that we did in fact dance to Lucy Pearl underneath the fluorescent lights of Beechcroft High School's gym during a lunch period sock hop that had no business taking place in an afternoon when some of us had to get back to class right after, but we did it anyway. There is something about showing up in a place of learning with fresh sweat sitting on your skin from the flailing of your body up against something as immovable as a school day with more school left on the other side of your flailing."
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Thank you again for the Banff World Media Festival's Canadian Award of Distinction! @made_nous #banff40 I tried to find better pictures, but failed. This amazing suit is @judithandcharles and shoes by @lintervalle styled by @ericaonfashion . Makeup @karenemalcolm Hair @wendyabelanger
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Michael (Rosenbaum) interviewed me for @insideofyoupodcast --I was pretty articulate that day, which can be hit or miss for me😬😂, so it's not a terrible listen. Also, Michael is always funny and somewhat ridiculous. Link in bio for the lazy and technologically inept. 😘
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This was an honor beyond! 😭Thank you, thank you, thank you. . . Posted @withrepost@made_nous We couldn’t be more proud to present @mskristinlkreuk with the Canadian Award of Distinction at the Banff World Festival Rockie Awards! ✨ Congratulations from your friends at MADE! 💕⁣ #banff40 #ThisIsMADE ⁣ ⁣ NOUS ne pourrions être plus fiers de présenter @mskristinlkreuk, récipiendaire du Prix canadien de la distinction au Festival World Rockie Awards de Banff! ✨ NOUS la félicitons chaleureusement! 💕 #banff40 #CélébronsNOUS
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Banff. Is so pretty. #banff2019 #banff40
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‘Peonies’ by Mary Oliver This morning the green fists of the peonies are getting ready to break my heart as the sun rises, as the sun strokes them with his old, buttery fingers and they open — pools of lace, white and pink — and all day the black ants climb over them, boring their deep and mysterious holes into the curls, craving the sweet sap, taking it away to their dark, underground cities — and all day under the shifty wind, as in a dance to the great wedding, the flowers bend their bright bodies, and tip their fragrance to the air, and rise, their red stems holding all that dampness and recklessness gladly and lightly, and there it is again — beauty the brave, the exemplary, blazing open. Do you love this world? Do you cherish your humble and silky life? Do you adore the green grass, with its terror beneath? Do you also hurry, half-dressed and barefoot, into the garden, and softly, and exclaiming of their dearness, fill your arms with the white and pink flowers, with their honeyed heaviness, their lush trembling, their eagerness to be wild and perfect for a moment, before they are nothing, forever?
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This book makes me up to date!!! March's book. "Milkman" by Anna Burns. . I am not entirely sure how to begin describing this novel--set in a small town in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, it lives in the mind of a young woman as she faces and responds to the violence that is ever-present and simmering in her world. When she sparks the interest of a local paramilitary called the milkman, she attracts the attention, ire, and judgement of those in her community placing her in harms way. The voice of Anna Burns as she tells this tale is remarkably original, delightfully odd, and hilarious. And insightful. Also that. . The following excerpt is from early in the book and describes a feeling I have had so often (I imagine many of you have felt this as well)--that someone wants something from me but, as they aren't directly presenting that want, I doubt myself and my judgement, thus allowing that person more access than I would have knowing their true intentions: "I knew by this second meeting that the milkman was attracted to me, that he was making some move on me. I knew I didn't like him being attracted and that I did not feel the same way towards him myself. But he uttered no direct words by way of forwarding on this attraction. Still too, he asked nothing of me. Nor was he physically touching me. Not once so far in this second meeting had he even looked at me. Plus he was older than me, far older, so could it be, I wondered, that I was getting this wrong, that the situation was not as I imagined?" . Background: I was given a book present where I receive a book each month curated by my (really really great) local bookstore. @queenbooksto
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Portrait of a woman avoiding ticks. Also, an accurate portrayal of my true nature.
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These idiots:) Thank you, Orlando!
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I think this is April's book. "The Line Becomes A River" by Francisco Cantu. . Cantu details his personal experiences at the border of the United States and Mexico. First through Border Patrol and then as a civilian. Through personal reflection he works at uncovering the complexity of migration and the policies that shape the reality of those living near, or those attempting to cross through, the wild lands of the border. I know this is an intensely political topic for many, and I think Cantu's book, although certainly political, allows for a nuanced reflection from a personal vantage point. (Please attempt to have respectful conversation should you choose to comment--🙏) . An excerpt: "In Jung's view, 'the mass state'--his term for government and its structures--has 'no intention of promoting mutual understanding and the relationship of man to man; it strives, rather, for atomization, for the psychic isolation of the individual.' Jung asserts that when we come to perceive "the other" as someone to be feared and shunned, we risk the inner cohesion of society, allowing our personal relationships to become undermined by a creeping mistrust. By walling ourselves off from a perceived other, we 'flatter the primitive tendency in us to shut our eyes to evil and drive it over some frontier or other, like the Old Testament scapegoat, which was supposed to carry the evil into the wilderness.' The effort to push away our individual and societal shadows is undertaken in the hope that we might 'quickly and conveniently sink into the sea of forgetfulness' and reclaim a sense of normalcy, however vague and distorted. But in reality, Jung warns, 'nothing has finally disappeared and nothing has been made good. The evil, the guilt, the profound unease of conscience, the obscure misgivings are there before our eyes, if only we could see.' Jung urges us, instead, to recognize the selfsame nature of the other, to declare, 'I am guilty with the rest,' to understand that 'none of us stands outside humanity's black collective shadow,' and ultimately to accept evil as something 'lodged in human nature itself...as the equal and opposite partner of good.'"
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Spring on a cold May day. From Joyce E. Peseroff's poem "April to May": . "It is cold enough for rain to coagulate & fall in heavy drops. Tonight a skin of ice will grow over the bones of the smallest bush, Making it droop like the wrist of someone carrying a heavy suitcase. This moving on, From season to season, is exhausting & violent, the break from the Berlin Wall of winter especially. Like a frostbitten hand coming to life, I color first with warmth, then with pain."
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May's book: "Normal People" by Sally Rooney. . This book is one that somehow captures the deepest intimacies and insecurities that live at the center of romantic relationships--that place where the desire to hide those aspects of ourselves we find the most shameful and unlovable collides with the desire to be absolved of that shame. Sally Rooney explores this through early, meaningful love and its lasting impact on the trajectories of Marianne and Connell's lives. We are not immutable. People leave lasting impressions on each other. As Marianne says, "people can really change each other." Rooney is not talking about change through control, but rather, change through love. Every person I have loved and who has loved me has left me forever with the gift of their impact--I find it impossible to articulate the power of this. Sally Rooney is able to articulate this(and so much more.) "Normal People" is as simple as it is profound. And it's a page-turner to boot. So yeah. Loved it! . . Background info: I was given a gift whereby I receive a book a month curated to me. I am now reading them out of order. Hahahaha. Stupid school. Always interfering with pleasure reading. @queenbooksto
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When I was a younger person I didn't plaster my walls with pictures of boys, I plastered them with pictures of trees and animals. The forest (and the ocean) ground me more than anything else. So... this video, man. Be still my heart. . . #Repost @inverse with @get_repost ・・・ Forest from above 🌳 (🎥:@karanikolov) #inversediscovers
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Thank you, Dallas!! And thank you Michael for getting me to join you guys. 💗💗💗💗💗💗 . Posted @withrepost@themichaelrosenbaum Thanks Dallas. Your generosity blew us away. @fanexpodallas @tomwelling @mskristinlkreuk #smallville #reunion #lucky #fortunate #blessed #love #dallas
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Flashback!! In honor of Dallas. The most nonsensical promo photo ever. 😬🤷🏻‍♀️These people are babies. #fbf
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Niagara-on-the-Lake. Yes. That is ice... yes. It is almost May. Friend time:) @queenregentbb
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Had a lovely evening at the Canadian Screen Awards. Thank you to all the following peeps for making me pretty 😽. (I will also find a pic of the dress from the front!) Dress by @gretaconstantine styled by the fabulous Erica Wark @ericaonfashion makeup by @nikkistrachanmakeup and hairs by @the.topknot You ladies made the somewhat stressful evening fun. Now I have to post some answers on the internet.
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At long last--my February book. I have a paper to finish today, but I procrastinated and completed this. "Black Swans" by Eve Babitz. These are a series of short autobiographical fiction stories about the shock of reaching adulthood in LA. Los Angeles and I have never found a groove. I love the purple of the jacaranda and the sushi and the sun. I love the way the haze makes everything look extra beautiful and a little pink. But the city itself always felt both more relaxed and more ambitious than I knew/know how to be. Babitz is of LA and the city is perhaps her greatest love and is the star of her writing. Thematically, "Black Swans" is about getting older, particularly in a city that rejects anything that ages. . . An excerpt: "That strange mixture that's always been a major part of Hollywood--self-enchantment mingled with the ever-present fear of total disaster (earthquakes, fires, random murders)--lies beneath the physical reality of Hollywood, which sometimes looks too good to be true...The idea of middle age--never mind old age, God forbid one hundred years!--is the violent opposite of everything Hollywood is based upon, which, as anyone can see, is and has always been beauty ... beauty without a whisper of fading, sagging, or wrinkling, although real girls do age, of course, no matter how self-enchanted they are. And age is a disaster." . Background: I get a book each month curated for me, and I write about them here:) I am perpetually behind.
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Season finale tonight on @cbc 8/8:30NT!!!! #burdenoftruth The writers, cast, crew, broadcaster, etc did a great job this season. So proud of everyone. Hope you enjoy! . . . #Repost @littledragxn with @get_repost ・・・ Hihi friendos, the season 2 finale is tonight! Ahhhhh 🥰😱💛 #oceanofemotions #burdenoftruth
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If you were wondering about how to correctly use a wall phone... . . . Posted @withrepost@varunsaranga Who's on the other line @mskristinlkreuk?!?! Find out on an all new #BurdenofTruth tomorrow at 8 PM EST on @cbc
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It's appears Joanna has emotions. Tonight. @cbc #burdenoftruth 8pm/830NT
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My January book(s)! "84, Charing Cross Road" by Helene Hanff AND "Talk" by Linda Rosenkrantz. . . These books are both expressions of how we communicate, the former through letters and the latter through conversations. Hanff documents her 20-year correspondence with a used-book seller in London. The letters start as a fairly formal exercise in book procurement, with Hanff being the more informal and hilarious voice from New York, and the booksellers being business-like and stereotypically polite. But as the years pass a true caring develops between these people who never meet and live an ocean apart. I loved this book. I loved the space between, the moments withheld, the efforts to connect in more and more intimate ways, and the tragedy of the ending of correspondence. In contrast, "Talk" is a transcription of three friend's conversations from a summer in the Hamptons in the 1960s. Nothing here is withheld. Nothing. The popularity of analysis is evident in their conversations as they incessantly dissect each other and themselves--which reminded me of my twenties(so happy that is over). In the end, I found these people to be insufferable but was captivated by the specificity of the time and somewhat embarrassed by how willing they all were to share themselves in this way. I realize that I would also be deeply insufferable (and boring) were all my conversations transcribed into a book. Maybe that would be true of all of us... Background: I was given a present where I receive a book a month curated for me by my local bookstore. I document these books here.
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I posed for these pretty photos with @cakewalkmedia to model these jewels for Vancouver's Cherry Blossom Festival 🍒. Jewelry designed by the truly fabulous @marie.khouri #Repost @cakewalkmedia with @get_repost #Repost @cakewalkmedia with @get_repost ・・・ I know this isn’t a wedding photo, but I recently got to photograph Kristin Kreuk for the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival jewelry prize. I remember watching her every week on Smallville. It was really tough to act cool and pretend I wasn’t completely starstruck. #vancitycherryblossom #kristinkreuk #vancouvercherryblossoms
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This episode is SO GOOD. I realize I am probably biased, but it is. @littledragxn destroys in this--I am so proud of her. @michellerlatimer directs 205 and 206--she is also a powerhouse of a director and woman. 8/8:30NT #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ Watch tonight @tvburdenoftruth??Episode 205 “Cold, Tired & Hungry” @cbc
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Wanna watch a seriously beautiful and palm-sweat inducing film? This would be the one. Truly.
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Flashback to 2011(I think). Space Milkshake. The most strange project I have ever been a part of. And what a JOY! I believe this was the era of Hipstamatic, hence the awesome filter. #fbf
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These videos always make me smile. In honor of #bellletstalk You at not alone. NOTE: Please be aware the following are Donte's words, not my own. If they move you, please go to his page and thank him:) #Repost @donte.colley with @get_repost ・・・ [ from me to you📩 - donte #YouAreNotAlone] 💙💕💚🌟 Today is #BellLetsTalk day. #BellLetsTalk is a campaign I am super passionate about. Mental Health affects us all. Working together to end the stigma surrounding Mental Illness. We’re all here and in this together. We need each other in order to make a change. I’m so into everything that this campaign is pushing out into the universe. @BellLetsTalk will donate 5 cents for every hashtag of #BellLetsTalk used on any social platform and donates to mental health initiatives. 4 years ago, my sister committed suicide. I am so thankful to see comments like “this saved me” under the posts I create, it means just as much to me as it does for you. Everyday is a struggle and not one day goes by where my heart doesn’t hurt or I don’t wake up broken. I live with the guilt of not being able to save her. I love her with all that I have and I know she’s always around. I can feel her presence and I hope she’s proud of each and everyone one of us vocalizing what she didn’t have the chance to. You are here for a reason, you DO belong and you are SO important. You are not alone in this. If you are contemplating life today. I just want to remind you that there ARE people here who care about you and that you are such a fucking important person. I love you. You are needed to make this world a better place. You have so much to offer that no one else is going to be able to provide because YOU are the only YOU in this world. no one else can even compare to YOU. I love you. so much. Let’s work together to make the change this planet needs. We are losing to many amazing people.
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🇨🇦: I know we say this often in TV-land, but the proverbial💩hits the fan on tonight's episode of @tvburdenoftruth . This is a pivotal episode in the season, so be sure to tune in at 8/8:30(NT)pm on @cbc or stream on CBC Gem. 🇺🇸:you will get the new season on @thecw in the summer! 🇬🇧:February on @universaltvuk Everyone else: ask @eone_tv (😸) @jessicamatten @migizimeegwun @littledragxn @axrrow @varunsaranga @raymondablack @nicolettepearse @nicolasummer @sarailana
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Please watch our show and notice how virtuosic we are as actors... because this is the reality. 😉😬 I am not sure how many more of these there are. It is possible this is the last one. Edit: wait!! I remember. We did another one. So, there is (potentially) at least one more of these ridiculous promos. 😸 @tvburdenoftruth
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We finally made me an office. Just took three years. A lady needs a place to do schoolwork. (And nap)(mostly nap)
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Mary Oliver. We lost a beauty of a poet today. Poem of the One World This morning the beautiful white heron was floating along above the water and then into the sky of this the one world we all belong to where everything sooner or later is a part of everything else which thought made me feel for a little while quite beautiful myself.
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December's book. "The Library Book" by Susan Orlean. (FYI: I'm sharing the books I receive each month from my gifted book subscription. And I am behind. Still. I have yet to read November.) In 1986, there was a massive fire at the Los Angeles Public Library that destroyed hundreds of thousands of books. "The Library Book" uses the mystery of the blaze to tell the story of the characters who populated the library, the history of downtown Los Angeles as seen from the library's vantage point, and, perhaps most importantly, the place a library serves in the system of a community. UNESCO's Public Library Manifesto states, "The library is a prerequisite to let citizens make use of their right to information and freedom of speech. Free access to information is necessary in a democratic society, for open debate and creation of public opinion." But Orlean also elucidates the value of the library for support and community building, from practical educational programs to helping the homeless and impoverished. She says that the "boundary between society and the library is porous; nothing good is kept out of the library, and nothing bad." "In a library, you share a smaller and more intimate space. The communal nature of a library is the very essence of the library, in the shared desks and shared books and shared restrooms." Hope all your Sundays have been fed with a few minutes of 📖!
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Just to bombard you. 8pm/8:30NT @cbc
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Canada. @tvburdenoftruth airs tonight at 8pm/8:30NT. Here is your recap. #Repost @cbc with @get_repost ・・・ #BurdenOfTruth stars @mskristinlkreuk and Peter Mooney recap Season 1. Season 2 premieres tonight 8/8:30NT! | @tvburdenoftruth
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Happy New Year, all! I hope 2019 brings closeness, love, success, challenge and ease. I always felt like a shitty person for severing toxic relationships in my life. At 36, I (finally) do not. Baby steps. Ha. So, the first thing up this year is the Canadian premiere of season 2 of Burden of Truth. And these lovely pics of a (very super extra) glam me! I don't do many fashion shoots these days, so they feel extra fancy. Thanks to @beyondfashionmagazine for thinking of me and our show😘; I will never be this 😎 in reality. (please note that when reading the article, the word "exotic" should be in quotes--in 1999, this was considered an acceptable way to describe a non-white person) #Repost @beyondfashionmagazine with @get_repost ・・・ Our January 2019 cover with stunning @mskristinlkreuk is out now! Check out her interview on the new season of @tvburdenoftruth, her acting career and life in Toronto - all on our website (link in bio)! Photo by @margaritamenardphotography, styled by @stylist_biancab, makeup by @veronika.polianska, hair by @maggie.ng.beauty. On Kristin: sequin dress by @smythebrand, fur scarf by @hsgfurs @hsgfur, bracelet by @ritatesolin. Location: @stregistoronto
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October's book. "Heartbreaker" by Claudia Dey. This story was brimming with love and family and sadness and the invisible gravity that pulls the ones we love, the ones who matter, into orbit. I couldn't find an excerpt that wouldn't spoil the story. So, this is a book about a girl whose mother disappears from a strange, isolated, insular community and the people (and dog-no really, there is a chapter from the dog's pov) who are desperate to find her. It's funny and poignant. I recommend. Backstory: I was given a gift of a book a month selected with me in mind. And I am behind due to school. Hence, October.
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Throwback!!
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Finally finished the semester and got to my September book, "Assassination Vacation" by Sarah Vowell, a fun romp into a few presidential assassinations. Now I only have October, November, and December's books to get to before winter semester starts in January. A short excerpt regarding the strange coincidence of the presence of one of Lincoln's sons near the assassinations of multiple presidents: "...Friends, these creepy historical flukes offer momentary relief from the oppression of chaos and that is not nothing. They give order to the universe. They give meaning. Of course, life is still pretty meaningless and death is the only true democracy. But Robert Todd Lincoln, huh? Weird."
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Thank you @palaisdetokyo for the hypnotizing exhibit.
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A morning at the Tropenmuseum. Went for "Cool Japan," and discovered a small collision of the narratives of many of my ancestors' journeys. Indonesia, Holland, China... and Chun Li was there, too. I don't know, I think we look eerily similar. 😬😉
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Where everyone says my name correctly:)
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One more trailer for Season 2! Thanks for always posting these, Jessica! January 9 @cbc and in the summer @thecw #Repost @jessicamatten with @get_repost ・・・ Hey Darlings ☠️ I’m back for Season 2 of “Burden of Truth” premiering January 9, 2019 on @cbc and on @thecw this coming summer starring some legit incredible humans. The whole cast and crew, love you all dearly! 🖤🤘🏽💯 #burdenoftruth
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A little tease for Season 2! January 9, @cbc Very proud to be working alongside so many talented and hardworking people. #Repost @jessicamatten with @get_repost ・・・ Season 2 of “Burden of Truth” coming January 9, 2019 on @cbc❗️ Super excited for this season and the storylines individually tapping into relevant and heavy issues! It’s going to be 🔥🔥🔥 #burdenoftruth #truthets @mskristinlkreuk #petermooney @littledragxn @migizimeegwun @axrrow @sarailana @nicolasummer @kyleirving @tyson_caron @michellerlatimer @shanmasters
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Since I have been in Winnipeg, I haven't been getting my monthly book presents (I got an amazing gift of monthly book presents for a year that I have been sharing here). Labour Day long weekend in Toronto meant I got July and August's books. And my text books for the fall semester of school(!!!!!!!). So much excitement. So many thrills. So whilst procrastinating line learning, I finished both the books. . . 'West' by Carys Davies is a teeny tiny novel that still feels like an epic western. Although it was my least favorite of all the books I've received thus far, I still enjoyed it. . . 'Florida' by Lauren Groff. I loved this book. So much. These are gorgeously written stories of characters bound together by the specificity of place. "...I touched this gentle man whom I love so desperately and somehow fear so much, touched him on the pulse in his temple and felt his dreams, which are too distant for the likes of me; and I climbed the creaking old stairs and at the top split in two, and heading into the boys' separate rooms, I slid through the crack under the doors and curled myself on the pillows to breathe into me the breath that my children breathed out. Every pause between the end of one breath and the beginning of the next is long; then again, nothing is not always in transition. Soon, tomorrow, the boys will be men, then the men will leave the house, and my husband and I will look at each other crouching under the weight of all that we wouldn't or couldn't yell, as well as all those hours outside walking together, my body, my shadow, and the moon. It's is terribly true, even if the truth does not comfort, that if you look at the moon for long enough might after night, as I have, you will see that the old cartoons are correct, that the moon is, in fact, laughing. But it is not laughing at us, we lonely humans, who are far too small and our lives far too fleeting for it to give us any notice at all."
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    June's book. "Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest" by Hanif Abdurraqib. . When I was on the verge of 10- or maybe 12- I declared the end of my youth and began a long process of mourning. Mourning playgrounds and tree climbing. Mourning irresponsibility and empty time. That is not to say I stopped doing those things, but I began to engage with them via feelings of nostalgia. Which became my favourite feeling. "Go Ahead in the Rain" is a book of many things, but, for me, one of the most potent is the nostalgia. I began listening to Tribe late in high school due to the recommendation of my friend Ingrid. And I fell in love with rap and hip hop through them. And so, not only was this book a wonderful, soulful read steeped in poetry, it was also a totem enabling me to better access those years of my own life. Abdurraqib maneuvers between the broader history of rap (and the realities of the world and people that inspired it) and how the music impacted the specifics of his life. And he speaks to the ties that bind us through time, to the reality that we do not exist outside of our personal and collective histories. Read the book and listen to the albums. You'll be happy you took the time. . . An excerpt: "Dear Ali Shaheed Muhammad, You will be pleased to know that we did in fact dance to Lucy Pearl underneath the fluorescent lights of Beechcroft High School's gym during a lunch period sock hop that had no business taking place in an afternoon when some of us had to get back to class right after, but we did it anyway. There is something about showing up in a place of learning with fresh sweat sitting on your skin from the flailing of your body up against something as immovable as a school day with more school left on the other side of your flailing."
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    Thank you again for the Banff World Media Festival's Canadian Award of Distinction! @made_nous #banff40 I tried to find better pictures, but failed. This amazing suit is @judithandcharles and shoes by @lintervalle styled by @ericaonfashion . Makeup @karenemalcolm Hair @wendyabelanger
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    Michael (Rosenbaum) interviewed me for @insideofyoupodcast --I was pretty articulate that day, which can be hit or miss for me😬😂, so it's not a terrible listen. Also, Michael is always funny and somewhat ridiculous. Link in bio for the lazy and technologically inept. 😘
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    This was an honor beyond! 😭Thank you, thank you, thank you. . . Posted @withrepost@made_nous We couldn’t be more proud to present @mskristinlkreuk with the Canadian Award of Distinction at the Banff World Festival Rockie Awards! ✨ Congratulations from your friends at MADE! 💕⁣ #banff40 #ThisIsMADE ⁣ ⁣ NOUS ne pourrions être plus fiers de présenter @mskristinlkreuk, récipiendaire du Prix canadien de la distinction au Festival World Rockie Awards de Banff! ✨ NOUS la félicitons chaleureusement! 💕 #banff40 #CélébronsNOUS
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    Banff. Is so pretty. #banff2019 #banff40
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    ‘Peonies’ by Mary Oliver This morning the green fists of the peonies are getting ready to break my heart as the sun rises, as the sun strokes them with his old, buttery fingers and they open — pools of lace, white and pink — and all day the black ants climb over them, boring their deep and mysterious holes into the curls, craving the sweet sap, taking it away to their dark, underground cities — and all day under the shifty wind, as in a dance to the great wedding, the flowers bend their bright bodies, and tip their fragrance to the air, and rise, their red stems holding all that dampness and recklessness gladly and lightly, and there it is again — beauty the brave, the exemplary, blazing open. Do you love this world? Do you cherish your humble and silky life? Do you adore the green grass, with its terror beneath? Do you also hurry, half-dressed and barefoot, into the garden, and softly, and exclaiming of their dearness, fill your arms with the white and pink flowers, with their honeyed heaviness, their lush trembling, their eagerness to be wild and perfect for a moment, before they are nothing, forever?
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    This book makes me up to date!!! March's book. "Milkman" by Anna Burns. . I am not entirely sure how to begin describing this novel--set in a small town in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, it lives in the mind of a young woman as she faces and responds to the violence that is ever-present and simmering in her world. When she sparks the interest of a local paramilitary called the milkman, she attracts the attention, ire, and judgement of those in her community placing her in harms way. The voice of Anna Burns as she tells this tale is remarkably original, delightfully odd, and hilarious. And insightful. Also that. . The following excerpt is from early in the book and describes a feeling I have had so often (I imagine many of you have felt this as well)--that someone wants something from me but, as they aren't directly presenting that want, I doubt myself and my judgement, thus allowing that person more access than I would have knowing their true intentions: "I knew by this second meeting that the milkman was attracted to me, that he was making some move on me. I knew I didn't like him being attracted and that I did not feel the same way towards him myself. But he uttered no direct words by way of forwarding on this attraction. Still too, he asked nothing of me. Nor was he physically touching me. Not once so far in this second meeting had he even looked at me. Plus he was older than me, far older, so could it be, I wondered, that I was getting this wrong, that the situation was not as I imagined?" . Background: I was given a book present where I receive a book each month curated by my (really really great) local bookstore. @queenbooksto
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    Portrait of a woman avoiding ticks. Also, an accurate portrayal of my true nature.
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    These idiots:) Thank you, Orlando!
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    I think this is April's book. "The Line Becomes A River" by Francisco Cantu. . Cantu details his personal experiences at the border of the United States and Mexico. First through Border Patrol and then as a civilian. Through personal reflection he works at uncovering the complexity of migration and the policies that shape the reality of those living near, or those attempting to cross through, the wild lands of the border. I know this is an intensely political topic for many, and I think Cantu's book, although certainly political, allows for a nuanced reflection from a personal vantage point. (Please attempt to have respectful conversation should you choose to comment--🙏) . An excerpt: "In Jung's view, 'the mass state'--his term for government and its structures--has 'no intention of promoting mutual understanding and the relationship of man to man; it strives, rather, for atomization, for the psychic isolation of the individual.' Jung asserts that when we come to perceive "the other" as someone to be feared and shunned, we risk the inner cohesion of society, allowing our personal relationships to become undermined by a creeping mistrust. By walling ourselves off from a perceived other, we 'flatter the primitive tendency in us to shut our eyes to evil and drive it over some frontier or other, like the Old Testament scapegoat, which was supposed to carry the evil into the wilderness.' The effort to push away our individual and societal shadows is undertaken in the hope that we might 'quickly and conveniently sink into the sea of forgetfulness' and reclaim a sense of normalcy, however vague and distorted. But in reality, Jung warns, 'nothing has finally disappeared and nothing has been made good. The evil, the guilt, the profound unease of conscience, the obscure misgivings are there before our eyes, if only we could see.' Jung urges us, instead, to recognize the selfsame nature of the other, to declare, 'I am guilty with the rest,' to understand that 'none of us stands outside humanity's black collective shadow,' and ultimately to accept evil as something 'lodged in human nature itself...as the equal and opposite partner of good.'"
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    Spring on a cold May day. From Joyce E. Peseroff's poem "April to May": . "It is cold enough for rain to coagulate & fall in heavy drops. Tonight a skin of ice will grow over the bones of the smallest bush, Making it droop like the wrist of someone carrying a heavy suitcase. This moving on, From season to season, is exhausting & violent, the break from the Berlin Wall of winter especially. Like a frostbitten hand coming to life, I color first with warmth, then with pain."
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    May's book: "Normal People" by Sally Rooney. . This book is one that somehow captures the deepest intimacies and insecurities that live at the center of romantic relationships--that place where the desire to hide those aspects of ourselves we find the most shameful and unlovable collides with the desire to be absolved of that shame. Sally Rooney explores this through early, meaningful love and its lasting impact on the trajectories of Marianne and Connell's lives. We are not immutable. People leave lasting impressions on each other. As Marianne says, "people can really change each other." Rooney is not talking about change through control, but rather, change through love. Every person I have loved and who has loved me has left me forever with the gift of their impact--I find it impossible to articulate the power of this. Sally Rooney is able to articulate this(and so much more.) "Normal People" is as simple as it is profound. And it's a page-turner to boot. So yeah. Loved it! . . Background info: I was given a gift whereby I receive a book a month curated to me. I am now reading them out of order. Hahahaha. Stupid school. Always interfering with pleasure reading. @queenbooksto
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    When I was a younger person I didn't plaster my walls with pictures of boys, I plastered them with pictures of trees and animals. The forest (and the ocean) ground me more than anything else. So... this video, man. Be still my heart. . . #Repost @inverse with @get_repost ・・・ Forest from above 🌳 (🎥:@karanikolov) #inversediscovers
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    Thank you, Dallas!! And thank you Michael for getting me to join you guys. 💗💗💗💗💗💗 . Posted @withrepost@themichaelrosenbaum Thanks Dallas. Your generosity blew us away. @fanexpodallas @tomwelling @mskristinlkreuk #smallville #reunion #lucky #fortunate #blessed #love #dallas
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    Flashback!! In honor of Dallas. The most nonsensical promo photo ever. 😬🤷🏻‍♀️These people are babies. #fbf
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    Niagara-on-the-Lake. Yes. That is ice... yes. It is almost May. Friend time:) @queenregentbb
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    Had a lovely evening at the Canadian Screen Awards. Thank you to all the following peeps for making me pretty 😽. (I will also find a pic of the dress from the front!) Dress by @gretaconstantine styled by the fabulous Erica Wark @ericaonfashion makeup by @nikkistrachanmakeup and hairs by @the.topknot You ladies made the somewhat stressful evening fun. Now I have to post some answers on the internet.
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    At long last--my February book. I have a paper to finish today, but I procrastinated and completed this. "Black Swans" by Eve Babitz. These are a series of short autobiographical fiction stories about the shock of reaching adulthood in LA. Los Angeles and I have never found a groove. I love the purple of the jacaranda and the sushi and the sun. I love the way the haze makes everything look extra beautiful and a little pink. But the city itself always felt both more relaxed and more ambitious than I knew/know how to be. Babitz is of LA and the city is perhaps her greatest love and is the star of her writing. Thematically, "Black Swans" is about getting older, particularly in a city that rejects anything that ages. . . An excerpt: "That strange mixture that's always been a major part of Hollywood--self-enchantment mingled with the ever-present fear of total disaster (earthquakes, fires, random murders)--lies beneath the physical reality of Hollywood, which sometimes looks too good to be true...The idea of middle age--never mind old age, God forbid one hundred years!--is the violent opposite of everything Hollywood is based upon, which, as anyone can see, is and has always been beauty ... beauty without a whisper of fading, sagging, or wrinkling, although real girls do age, of course, no matter how self-enchanted they are. And age is a disaster." . Background: I get a book each month curated for me, and I write about them here:) I am perpetually behind.
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    Season finale tonight on @cbc 8/8:30NT!!!! #burdenoftruth The writers, cast, crew, broadcaster, etc did a great job this season. So proud of everyone. Hope you enjoy! . . . #Repost @littledragxn with @get_repost ・・・ Hihi friendos, the season 2 finale is tonight! Ahhhhh 🥰😱💛 #oceanofemotions #burdenoftruth
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    If you were wondering about how to correctly use a wall phone... . . . Posted @withrepost@varunsaranga Who's on the other line @mskristinlkreuk?!?! Find out on an all new #BurdenofTruth tomorrow at 8 PM EST on @cbc
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    It's appears Joanna has emotions. Tonight. @cbc #burdenoftruth 8pm/830NT
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    My January book(s)! "84, Charing Cross Road" by Helene Hanff AND "Talk" by Linda Rosenkrantz. . . These books are both expressions of how we communicate, the former through letters and the latter through conversations. Hanff documents her 20-year correspondence with a used-book seller in London. The letters start as a fairly formal exercise in book procurement, with Hanff being the more informal and hilarious voice from New York, and the booksellers being business-like and stereotypically polite. But as the years pass a true caring develops between these people who never meet and live an ocean apart. I loved this book. I loved the space between, the moments withheld, the efforts to connect in more and more intimate ways, and the tragedy of the ending of correspondence. In contrast, "Talk" is a transcription of three friend's conversations from a summer in the Hamptons in the 1960s. Nothing here is withheld. Nothing. The popularity of analysis is evident in their conversations as they incessantly dissect each other and themselves--which reminded me of my twenties(so happy that is over). In the end, I found these people to be insufferable but was captivated by the specificity of the time and somewhat embarrassed by how willing they all were to share themselves in this way. I realize that I would also be deeply insufferable (and boring) were all my conversations transcribed into a book. Maybe that would be true of all of us... Background: I was given a present where I receive a book a month curated for me by my local bookstore. I document these books here.
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    I posed for these pretty photos with @cakewalkmedia to model these jewels for Vancouver's Cherry Blossom Festival 🍒. Jewelry designed by the truly fabulous @marie.khouri #Repost @cakewalkmedia with @get_repost #Repost @cakewalkmedia with @get_repost ・・・ I know this isn’t a wedding photo, but I recently got to photograph Kristin Kreuk for the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival jewelry prize. I remember watching her every week on Smallville. It was really tough to act cool and pretend I wasn’t completely starstruck. #vancitycherryblossom #kristinkreuk #vancouvercherryblossoms
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    This episode is SO GOOD. I realize I am probably biased, but it is. @littledragxn destroys in this--I am so proud of her. @michellerlatimer directs 205 and 206--she is also a powerhouse of a director and woman. 8/8:30NT #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ Watch tonight @tvburdenoftruth??Episode 205 “Cold, Tired & Hungry” @cbc
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    Wanna watch a seriously beautiful and palm-sweat inducing film? This would be the one. Truly.
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    Flashback to 2011(I think). Space Milkshake. The most strange project I have ever been a part of. And what a JOY! I believe this was the era of Hipstamatic, hence the awesome filter. #fbf
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    These videos always make me smile. In honor of #bellletstalk You at not alone. NOTE: Please be aware the following are Donte's words, not my own. If they move you, please go to his page and thank him:) #Repost @donte.colley with @get_repost ・・・ [ from me to you📩 - donte #YouAreNotAlone] 💙💕💚🌟 Today is #BellLetsTalk day. #BellLetsTalk is a campaign I am super passionate about. Mental Health affects us all. Working together to end the stigma surrounding Mental Illness. We’re all here and in this together. We need each other in order to make a change. I’m so into everything that this campaign is pushing out into the universe. @BellLetsTalk will donate 5 cents for every hashtag of #BellLetsTalk used on any social platform and donates to mental health initiatives. 4 years ago, my sister committed suicide. I am so thankful to see comments like “this saved me” under the posts I create, it means just as much to me as it does for you. Everyday is a struggle and not one day goes by where my heart doesn’t hurt or I don’t wake up broken. I live with the guilt of not being able to save her. I love her with all that I have and I know she’s always around. I can feel her presence and I hope she’s proud of each and everyone one of us vocalizing what she didn’t have the chance to. You are here for a reason, you DO belong and you are SO important. You are not alone in this. If you are contemplating life today. I just want to remind you that there ARE people here who care about you and that you are such a fucking important person. I love you. You are needed to make this world a better place. You have so much to offer that no one else is going to be able to provide because YOU are the only YOU in this world. no one else can even compare to YOU. I love you. so much. Let’s work together to make the change this planet needs. We are losing to many amazing people.
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    🇨🇦: I know we say this often in TV-land, but the proverbial💩hits the fan on tonight's episode of @tvburdenoftruth . This is a pivotal episode in the season, so be sure to tune in at 8/8:30(NT)pm on @cbc or stream on CBC Gem. 🇺🇸:you will get the new season on @thecw in the summer! 🇬🇧:February on @universaltvuk Everyone else: ask @eone_tv (😸) @jessicamatten @migizimeegwun @littledragxn @axrrow @varunsaranga @raymondablack @nicolettepearse @nicolasummer @sarailana
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    Please watch our show and notice how virtuosic we are as actors... because this is the reality. 😉😬 I am not sure how many more of these there are. It is possible this is the last one. Edit: wait!! I remember. We did another one. So, there is (potentially) at least one more of these ridiculous promos. 😸 @tvburdenoftruth
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    We finally made me an office. Just took three years. A lady needs a place to do schoolwork. (And nap)(mostly nap)
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    Mary Oliver. We lost a beauty of a poet today. Poem of the One World This morning the beautiful white heron was floating along above the water and then into the sky of this the one world we all belong to where everything sooner or later is a part of everything else which thought made me feel for a little while quite beautiful myself.
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    December's book. "The Library Book" by Susan Orlean. (FYI: I'm sharing the books I receive each month from my gifted book subscription. And I am behind. Still. I have yet to read November.) In 1986, there was a massive fire at the Los Angeles Public Library that destroyed hundreds of thousands of books. "The Library Book" uses the mystery of the blaze to tell the story of the characters who populated the library, the history of downtown Los Angeles as seen from the library's vantage point, and, perhaps most importantly, the place a library serves in the system of a community. UNESCO's Public Library Manifesto states, "The library is a prerequisite to let citizens make use of their right to information and freedom of speech. Free access to information is necessary in a democratic society, for open debate and creation of public opinion." But Orlean also elucidates the value of the library for support and community building, from practical educational programs to helping the homeless and impoverished. She says that the "boundary between society and the library is porous; nothing good is kept out of the library, and nothing bad." "In a library, you share a smaller and more intimate space. The communal nature of a library is the very essence of the library, in the shared desks and shared books and shared restrooms." Hope all your Sundays have been fed with a few minutes of 📖!
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    Just to bombard you. 8pm/8:30NT @cbc
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    Canada. @tvburdenoftruth airs tonight at 8pm/8:30NT. Here is your recap. #Repost @cbc with @get_repost ・・・ #BurdenOfTruth stars @mskristinlkreuk and Peter Mooney recap Season 1. Season 2 premieres tonight 8/8:30NT! | @tvburdenoftruth
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    Happy New Year, all! I hope 2019 brings closeness, love, success, challenge and ease. I always felt like a shitty person for severing toxic relationships in my life. At 36, I (finally) do not. Baby steps. Ha. So, the first thing up this year is the Canadian premiere of season 2 of Burden of Truth. And these lovely pics of a (very super extra) glam me! I don't do many fashion shoots these days, so they feel extra fancy. Thanks to @beyondfashionmagazine for thinking of me and our show😘; I will never be this 😎 in reality. (please note that when reading the article, the word "exotic" should be in quotes--in 1999, this was considered an acceptable way to describe a non-white person) #Repost @beyondfashionmagazine with @get_repost ・・・ Our January 2019 cover with stunning @mskristinlkreuk is out now! Check out her interview on the new season of @tvburdenoftruth, her acting career and life in Toronto - all on our website (link in bio)! Photo by @margaritamenardphotography, styled by @stylist_biancab, makeup by @veronika.polianska, hair by @maggie.ng.beauty. On Kristin: sequin dress by @smythebrand, fur scarf by @hsgfurs @hsgfur, bracelet by @ritatesolin. Location: @stregistoronto
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    October's book. "Heartbreaker" by Claudia Dey. This story was brimming with love and family and sadness and the invisible gravity that pulls the ones we love, the ones who matter, into orbit. I couldn't find an excerpt that wouldn't spoil the story. So, this is a book about a girl whose mother disappears from a strange, isolated, insular community and the people (and dog-no really, there is a chapter from the dog's pov) who are desperate to find her. It's funny and poignant. I recommend. Backstory: I was given a gift of a book a month selected with me in mind. And I am behind due to school. Hence, October.
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    Finally finished the semester and got to my September book, "Assassination Vacation" by Sarah Vowell, a fun romp into a few presidential assassinations. Now I only have October, November, and December's books to get to before winter semester starts in January. A short excerpt regarding the strange coincidence of the presence of one of Lincoln's sons near the assassinations of multiple presidents: "...Friends, these creepy historical flukes offer momentary relief from the oppression of chaos and that is not nothing. They give order to the universe. They give meaning. Of course, life is still pretty meaningless and death is the only true democracy. But Robert Todd Lincoln, huh? Weird."
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    Thank you @palaisdetokyo for the hypnotizing exhibit.
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    A morning at the Tropenmuseum. Went for "Cool Japan," and discovered a small collision of the narratives of many of my ancestors' journeys. Indonesia, Holland, China... and Chun Li was there, too. I don't know, I think we look eerily similar. 😬😉
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    Where everyone says my name correctly:)
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    One more trailer for Season 2! Thanks for always posting these, Jessica! January 9 @cbc and in the summer @thecw #Repost @jessicamatten with @get_repost ・・・ Hey Darlings ☠️ I’m back for Season 2 of “Burden of Truth” premiering January 9, 2019 on @cbc and on @thecw this coming summer starring some legit incredible humans. The whole cast and crew, love you all dearly! 🖤🤘🏽💯 #burdenoftruth
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    A little tease for Season 2! January 9, @cbc Very proud to be working alongside so many talented and hardworking people. #Repost @jessicamatten with @get_repost ・・・ Season 2 of “Burden of Truth” coming January 9, 2019 on @cbc❗️ Super excited for this season and the storylines individually tapping into relevant and heavy issues! It’s going to be 🔥🔥🔥 #burdenoftruth #truthets @mskristinlkreuk #petermooney @littledragxn @migizimeegwun @axrrow @sarailana @nicolasummer @kyleirving @tyson_caron @michellerlatimer @shanmasters
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    Since I have been in Winnipeg, I haven't been getting my monthly book presents (I got an amazing gift of monthly book presents for a year that I have been sharing here). Labour Day long weekend in Toronto meant I got July and August's books. And my text books for the fall semester of school(!!!!!!!). So much excitement. So many thrills. So whilst procrastinating line learning, I finished both the books. . . 'West' by Carys Davies is a teeny tiny novel that still feels like an epic western. Although it was my least favorite of all the books I've received thus far, I still enjoyed it. . . 'Florida' by Lauren Groff. I loved this book. So much. These are gorgeously written stories of characters bound together by the specificity of place. "...I touched this gentle man whom I love so desperately and somehow fear so much, touched him on the pulse in his temple and felt his dreams, which are too distant for the likes of me; and I climbed the creaking old stairs and at the top split in two, and heading into the boys' separate rooms, I slid through the crack under the doors and curled myself on the pillows to breathe into me the breath that my children breathed out. Every pause between the end of one breath and the beginning of the next is long; then again, nothing is not always in transition. Soon, tomorrow, the boys will be men, then the men will leave the house, and my husband and I will look at each other crouching under the weight of all that we wouldn't or couldn't yell, as well as all those hours outside walking together, my body, my shadow, and the moon. It's is terribly true, even if the truth does not comfort, that if you look at the moon for long enough might after night, as I have, you will see that the old cartoons are correct, that the moon is, in fact, laughing. But it is not laughing at us, we lonely humans, who are far too small and our lives far too fleeting for it to give us any notice at all."
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