The words lie deeply layered, like leaves littering the forest floor. The many layers of the story peeling away to give rise to indigenous life now and then. The story braids its way around the microscopic world and how that impacts the lives of those who lived by the land.Continue reading “Heavy Deep Words on my Shelf”
I’ve been silent for a while; pondering, listening and learning. Perhaps I can pull it all together cohesively into a post. I am willing to give it a shot because it’s about acknowledgement and reconciliation.Continue reading “Celestial signs – it’s time”
It feels like a subdued Canada Day; the pandemic cancelling all big celebrations and the protests about our serious inequalities dampering our pride in this country of ours.Continue reading “Canada Day 2020”
Today we were fortunate enough to spend the afternoon learning and paying homage to the countless
At first glance the image was confusing. In a slightly more panoramic view things came into better perception. But it was the background story detail that spoke to me. Continue reading “Images”
Today’s guest blog post ticks a couple of boxes. It hits two National Historic Sites in Saskatchewan and it tells an important story that is due to be shared and reflected on.
It is written by Continue reading “The Trails of 1885”