Today was our 4-year-old grandson’s Christmas concert. They are still allowed to use that title at his school and rightly so as the greatest majority of families in that community celebrate Christmas … not necessarily from the religious perspective. IMHO, it was just the way a Christmas concert should be with excited, joyful children proudlyContinue reading “‘Tis the season … and Tameri is here too!”
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Feeling slightly homicidal …
I’m attempting to resist distractions like golf, grandchildren, and fabulous friends who are too interesting and/or too much fun to ignore. The reason? REVISIONS! As Stephen King would say, “kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little scribbler’s heart, kill your darlings.” His “On Writing:A Memoir Of The Craft” isContinue reading “Feeling slightly homicidal …”
Gratitude feels so good, doesn’t it?
Yesterday I hade the pleasure of speaking at a luncheon meeting of the Canadian Federation of University Women in Peterborough, Ontario. This national organization is under the umbrella of the International Federation of University Women. Their goal is to empower women and girls through lifelong education for leadership, decision-making and peace and their global reachContinue reading “Gratitude feels so good, doesn’t it?”
The Thanksgiving weekend weather in southern Ontario could not have been more perfect. This holiday is my favourite. I love it no matter what the weather but it’s even more fun counting your blessings when the sun is shining! Taking time to be thankful every day is a habit I have long cultivated and theContinue reading “Post-Thanksgiving Thankfulness”