Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Happiness Is

Finding out that it's your steamed veggie lunch that leaked in your backpack and not your urine sample.

Although a urine sample leaking does have a certain ring to it.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Do Not Adjust Your Set
Sorry I haven't written. I'm working hard on a fabulous new job and a fabulous new body. And I am insanely busy at work. Be back soon. Talk amongst yourselves.

Monday, May 08, 2006

I want to ride my bicycle...
Oh for God's sake, I was so excited about the media attention that I forgot the big news!

Ice Prince learned to ride WITHOUT his training wheels yesterday. It literally took about two minutes. Then Frank let go, and off he went.

I'm so proud.
My Cover Boy

Frank's on the cover of The Voice, the local newspaper for Cabbagetown, Riverdale, Boystown, etc.

Eva and Joey are mentioned, and me too! "...and Susan on vocals." No last name for me. Like Madonna. Or Cher. or Charo.

Go search out your local coffee shops and bookstores and find one. They'll be collector's items!

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Help Me Do My Job
Name something that you HAVE to do, but that you WANT to do, because of the benefits.

Such as:
--Wearing your seatbelt
--Wearing a motorcycle or bicycle helmet
--Filing your taxes when you expect a refund

I was going to say "brushing your teeth", but no one is making you brush your teeth. There are no rules or laws about that.

I'm doing a presentation and need a metaphor.

Thanks! You are the wind beneath my wings.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

More fun with CP24 News

You know, I don’t know much about golf, but from the looks of the picture, I think this guy was a pretty crappy mentor.

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Monday, May 01, 2006

Guest Blog: Fresh from Fresh...

I want to thank everyone for coming to Frankstock and helping to make it the success it was. I especially want to thank the many talented performers among you! Eva: Green Day's Time of Your Life sounded great -- you play a mean violin! And your tin whistle and recorder made the Mermaid shine! It was a joy to play those tunes with you, thank you very much! Joey: you rocked on that accordion! No one will ever equate the accordion with the Shmenge brothers after they heard you! Stacey: You're an impressive dancer and, combined with the drum, added quite the spice to the evening! And last but certainly not least, my beloved Susan who sang me a love song that included a pledge to let me watch "The National" whenever I want -- now that's true love! For everyone else who sang, including a rendition of Happy Birthday, or showed their enthusiasm, many thanks -- you made it a lot of fun. I'm also happy to say the evening raised over $1,000 for the Regent Park School of Music!

I'm actually a little sad it all came and went so fast but there's still "Soozapalooza" in just over two-and-a-half years! Time for me to start practicing but not before saying one more thank you -- you guys are great!

Frank
(aka Fresh)