The Other Pandemic Worth Reading About… Please.

Sometimes we see the path ahead of us, sometimes we don't. Other times, we think we know what lies before us & then whammo!--there's an unexpected turn, a steep hill or even a large hole that we must navigate if we are to go forward.  Of course, knowing what we have to do or conquer …

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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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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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Paying Homage to Parents and Teachers (Kudos to Those Who Are Both!)

  As back-to-school season ensues, I cannot help but reflect on the adults who are heroes of sorts in their own rights when it comes to looking after children.  Though not a parent myself, my job of more than two decades involves working with children and I have many a friend who are parents and/or …

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