I stood up quickly, self consciously caught in the act. I felt the
Today we were fortunate enough to spend the afternoon learning and paying homage to the countless
I searched intensely for a visible sign. Some little marking that would lead to further clues but alas there was nothing. It was indeed, just a small old
On this date, one hundred years ago, the bells rang out across many countries. The armistice had been signed and the fighting was officially ended but not before Private George Lawrence Price was killed.
In the setting of the sun we will remember them.
He was one of “them” Continue reading “Remember “T H E M””
June is, consistently, the month I blog the least in. The days are long, the list of outside activities is huge and life is full, busy and rewarding. It leaves little time to blog when you are making Continue reading “Sunday Snippets”
There are things in life you cannot un see
There are things in life you cannot un hear Continue reading “Written with Tears”
It wasn’t the kind of morning that you would drag your kids through so fortunately as Continue reading “National Historic Site – Laurier House”
…and in the setting of the sun we shall remember them…
Thus begins my 11 day 11 story documentary journey. An act of remembrance that lasts longer than 11 seconds Continue reading “Hugh Cairns VC”
A year ago I wrote a A Twist of Ten and reflecting back on it makes me add a couple more to make the number a twisted twelve.
- 11. Live within your means as you never know when your job status might change. Trust me on this. Give your best but don’t give them everything.
- 12. Really appreciate life as its fleeting; many are taken far too young. Don’t wait for things to be perfect. Perfect is an illusion.
Hug lots, laugh a lot, reach out and touch those you care about and for your body’s sake keep moving.
Some may have noticed my absence in the last two days as I have been making 31 daily grateful posts this month. I can explain how this played out and what it has helped me, once again, be grateful for. Continue reading “Gratefully Late Post”