Monthly Archives: October 2017

THE PLACE CALL HOME

I think too much. Today, I’m thinking about the place call home. Where is it for me – the China where I was born, Maidstone, Saskatchewan where I took grade 1-12 or here, in Saskatoon, where I have lived since? … Continue reading

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THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH ME

The world is too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers; The words of William Wordsworth published in 1807. They very much describe what we are experiencing today. How strange that Wordsworth felt … Continue reading

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HOOKED ON WILD

This is the thing. I get hooked. I see these free courses on Facebook. I can’t help it. I investigate and sign up. Doesn’t hurt anything. They’re free, right? I sign up for Laurie Wagner’s 27 Wild Days of writing … Continue reading

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WHAT I WANT YOU TO KNOW

Bear with me. What I really want you to know is I hang on to stuff, afraid to let them go. What I’m afraid of is that if I let go of anything, life as I know it will be … Continue reading

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MATHEMATICS, EINSTEIN AND WAYNE DYER

It’s another morning, another day. I’ve gotten up, dressed up in my day clothes and have I am. The mornings are still very dark at 7. There’s snow on the ground, on the spruce and on my lettuce bed. The … Continue reading

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THE WORLD IS A STAGE

I am fresh back from a little roadtrip. It was an interruption of the everyday grind, a little jolt from the taken- for- granted joys of home. Now I must use my new frame of reference to appreciate what I … Continue reading

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