Author Archives: Charlotte

Friday, February 15th, 2013

/! FIRST ARTICLES FINALLY ONLINE ! SCROLL DOWN /! This website is meant to be the english version of my current blog. Once ready, I will be translating myself all of the articles previously published on the french version, plus … Continue reading

Saturday, January 14th, 2012

Her name is Betty and she has short shingled hair, like in the roaring twenties. Her touch of eccentricity is probably what makes her a wonderful woman at her age. She’s close to 80 years old, and yet, she has … Continue reading

Monday, January 9th, 2012

I just wanna be okay, be okay, be okay, I just wanna be okay today… Sometimes, things are getting way more complicated in our mind than we wished they would. Sometimes, past intersperses present with its deafening jinglings. Sometimes, let … Continue reading

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

My sleep is light for several reasons. For three weeks now, my days have been a frantic and exhausting pace. My precious document handed to the authorities, I now spend most of my evenings in the kitchen of a restaurant, … Continue reading

Monday, December 12th, 2011

Quickly and nimbly, I saw her move on the impressive pack of snow in our backyard. She was leaving her tiny footprints, in the lookout for the slightest movement around. By her, I mean the young marten who took up … Continue reading

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

But not missing you is useless too.  Undeniable empty space lying in my heart like a dead body lies feet under. Damned, I’m trying not to feel the gap you left the day I walked away. Incoherence. I left. I … Continue reading

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

There we go, I managed to spend three months in the Yukon! Woop woop! For the occasion, with a touch of humor, a short self-interview. It is said that to spend three months in a country like the Yukon shows … Continue reading

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Under my feet, the thud of snow crashing. I tread upon this white powder snow until I’m out of breath, with a smile of melancholy. Riverdale’s trails hold no secrets for me anymore, they are mine. It even got me … Continue reading

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Late in the afternoon, darkness starts to swamp our neighbourood; it was finally time to go out in order to count the living deads. Without a second thought, dressed up but wrapped up in our winter jackets, off we go. … Continue reading

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

This weekend, Whitehorse hosted the BreakOut West Festival: over 50 of Western Canada’s finest performers will make their way to the Yukon at 10 venues in downtown Whitehorse. $20 for the weekend pass. LOVED IT! Discovered really talented bands such … Continue reading