This Moment in Time

Many of us here in Canada are into week two of the practice of self-isolation as we try to flatten the curve here and around the globe.  These are surreal times for all of us and the media coverage, news headlines and non-stop COVID19 updates keep coming our way.  It's 24/7.  Honestly, the information is …

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A Humourous Look into Some Whatchamacallit Viruses

If you are like us and you are needing a break from all of the COVID19 news, then you have come to the right spot.  As I lie awake in bed the other night, I thought about some of the 'illnesses' which I am sure that I have either contracted personally or witnessed over the …

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Such is Our Life Now

Staying home, social distancing, disinfecting? As best we can! Anxious, scared, panicky? Understandable. Uprooted, bored, stuck? Most likely. Disconnected, too connected, in limbo? Simultaneously. Wondering, waiting, wondering? Yah, I hear you. Planning, saving, anticipating? Maybe. Cleaning, cooking, organizing? Always. Learning, discovering, rediscovering? Thinking so. Playing, creating, inventing? Hopefully. Reaching out, praying, helping. When possible. Loving, …

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Are We Really Turning Into Our Parents?

What do rising meat prices and falling asleep in a rocker have in common? Well, they are two subjects that I SWORE as a kid I would either never a) discuss or b) find myself doing and yet here I am. Proud owner of both. But that's just it...I'm not exactly happy about it. The …

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”Down With the Bad, Up With the Good”

It's been twenty-one weeks today. Twenty-one. Whole. Weeks. Typically, when a person refers to time in something other than the obvious measure, such as weeks versus months in my case, one can deduce that there must be a specific reason for doing so. In my lifetime, I've often used such a comparison of time when …

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