Alright, So I am a Teacher… In Pandemic Times Nonetheless

But please understand, I don't want to be defined by my choice of profession which is why I haven't disclosed what my job is before on my blog. So much of what I do is public and open to public scrutiny that I just wanted to be able to keep at least one part of …

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The Golden Rule in a Not-So Golden World

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com   It is appalling at times, really it is.  I've done a better job of staying away from social media on the whole since detoxing a couple of weeks ago, but man oh man the comment threads on there are nothing short of astounding.  In a bad way.  It's nothing …

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Private Answers in a Publicly Funded System?

  One simple phone call and two business days later, I was driving across the city to my much-needed MRI appointment.  I bet you are thinking, Wow--Canada must have a super efficient healthcare system.  Impressive!  That's the place to go for help.  I would be of the same mindset if I were reading this.  Almost …

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The World In a Hurry

"The world went and got itself in a big damn hurry." If you have ever watched Shawshank Redemption you'll recognize this quote from the elderly character, Brooks, who after being incarcerated for decades, finally gets released back into society realizing just how different the world has become.  Both my husband and I have watched this …

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