Monthly Archives: October 2011

Mapping Memory Lane: Family Visits

Last month and this past weekend I packed the kids in the car and drove three hours to visit people I hadn’t seen in far too long. I don’t like calling them old aunts and uncles, their vitality and spirit … Continue reading

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A new chapter

This post has been asking to be written for some time now. I never seem to find the time, and it’s not easy to write about things this close to my heart, this inside my outer perimeter of sass and … Continue reading

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We made a difference. We ran. I now say thanks.

Were you driving along the south shore of the Ottawa river last weekend? Did you see an occasional runner, maybe in a neat-o blue race t-shirt? Or some people clanging cowbells and being obnoxious in the chill wind? That was … Continue reading

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Mapping Memory Lane: PEI

Everyone has a place on earth that fits them. That fills them with a sense of home and happy, wonder, and shine. I discovered mine this summer; it’s Prince Edward Island. It could be partially attributed to circumstance. I had … Continue reading

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Highway musings. On being creative and unique.

I have been traveling a lot lately. Which I don’t mind doing but it is wearing a little thin. I’d like to stow the Heys case for longer than three weeks and not have the niggling feeling of a trip … Continue reading

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Goal Post: September 2011

Where in the sweet fackity crap did September go? It feels like six or seven days ago I was sitting in San Francisco airport musing back on the month that was August. For it to now be October is bizarre … Continue reading

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