“Sappy pathetic little me That was the girl I used to be You had me on my knees I’d trade you places any day I’d never thought you could be that way But you looked like me on Sunday You came in with the breeze On Sunday morning You sure have changed since yesterday Without any warning I thought I knew you I thought I knew you I thought I knew you well, so well You’re trying my shoes on for a change They look so good but fit so strange Out of fashion, so I can complain You came in with the breeze On Sunday morning You sure have changed since yesterday Without any warning I thought I knew you I thought I knew you I thought I knew you well, so well I know who I am, but who are you? You’re not looking like you used to You’re on the other side of the mirror So nothing’s looking quite as clear Thank you for turning on the lights Thank you, now you’re the parasite I didn’t think you had it in you And now you’re looking like I used to! You came in with the breeze On Sunday morning You sure have changed since yesterday Without any warning And you want me badly Because you cannot have me I thought I knew you But I’ve got a new view I thought I knew you well, oh well On Sunday morning And I don’t want it Sunday morning I thought I knew you Sunday morning Oh you want me badly Can have it Sunday morning Sunday morning Sunday morning” ~ No Doubt
Day 90000 of COVID – aka the day I needed to post No Doubt lyrics because my brain is mush.
Originally intended to simply focus on book reviews, over time, KaliDesautelsReads has morphed into its own entity.
I write about issues that are near to my heart, be they political, feminist, motherhood, mental health, or, as the title holds, books.
A thirty-something Canadian woman in my mid-thirties, I have been "super married" to my high school sweetheart since 2006, and together we have two crazy, clever, kind, hilarious, wonderful kids.
My first book - How Not To Blog: Finding Myself, One Post at a Time is available on Amazon (in eBook formats for you clever tech readers, and paperback for those of us who love that new book smell!)
I have tried a podcast - it's still on Apple and Google Podcasts - but writing is where my heart is.
My life changed dramatically when my husband was diagnosed with Stage 3 cancer in 2018, and I am now a writer for a leading Canadian Cancer Non-Profit.
I am lucky enough to have a family that loves me and pushes me to be my best, even if it is outside of my cushiony comfort zone. I have a village of friends that nourish me, mentally, and spiritually.
Welcome to my thoughts. Sit down. Stay a while. Enjoy a cup of coffee!
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