- My name is Peggy. I'm a geek, journalist, writer, crafter, Canadian, neurotic cat owner, skeptic, atheist, feminist, bookworm, clotheshorse, politics junkie and generally awesome.
And somehow I ended up in Alberta.
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- @JaredGonia he's now loudly snoring and twitching. 4 hours ago
- Being used as a pillow by a big orange fluff. https://t.co/2WXHgP1p6c 4 hours ago
- @SeeDogThink Little Cat still super loves chewing plastic things, especially straws and hot glue gun sticks. She's odd. 5 hours ago
- @SeeDogThink Chew toy time? Jellybean loved a 3 straws tied into one big knot when he was teething as a kitten. 5 hours ago
- @TRexSays *sends you good vibes too* 6 hours ago
Category Archives: Neurotic Character Flaws
A somewhat definitive list of things I worry about, as a woman, while using a public washroom. Am I going to pee myself before I get to the front of the line? Just breathe. Just keep breathing. Wait, when was … Continue reading
Look walls. And door frames. And cupboards. And generally anything that has sharp pointy jabby corners. Or … things that exist. CUT IT OUT. Look, I get that your time spent as an inanimate object is possibly dull and you’re … Continue reading
Dear Canadian Netflix, In true Canadian-style, I am writing you a polite passive-aggressive public letter to express my disappointment in the services you provide. I’ve noticed a disturbing trend when it comes to the movies you have made available to … Continue reading
My parents didn’t let me watch horror movies as a child. I don’t blame them. I once freaked out watching Sesame Street. There was a Monsterpiece Theatre segment on The Sound of Music, with Grover sitting on a mountain top. … Continue reading