Monthly Archives: October 2015

Perfect Day

This is going to be a very brief post – one of those photo-heavy posts. Here are the bare essentials: hiked up Mount Becher with Simon, Abby and Shanara. Perfect weather and a beautiful day. The hike took a long … Continue reading

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Home

Home has never felt so good. And no, these photos are not from home – I did think to take my camera out on Saturday night and capture some Ontario sunsets, mostly from my bro’s back yard. But here’s the … Continue reading

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Airport

   This is a photo of a golf course. And why is that, you may well ask. Let me explain. My bro drove me to the golf course in  – um – some burgh or other where my nephew was … Continue reading

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Exhausted

   A day spent in a nursing home. It’s been a good day, but not easy. Sitting for hours – hard. Took a very brisk walk when I got back to my bro’s ( after having a very much needed … Continue reading

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Saturday Morning in Ontario

      The top photo is the view from my bedroom. The second is part of the great room. I’m having a slow morning. There’s little point in going to visit my mother until about 10 am.  I am doing … Continue reading

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In Ontario

  I have no idea what this photo of the Swis alps has to do with today’s post – but, hey, at least it’s not a page with no art on it whatsoever! Good things that happened to day included … Continue reading

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Leaving on a Jet Plane

First I want to acknowledge Linda Knight for the wonderful photos from our trip to Bedwell and Cream Lakes. In the first one, I think I was showing off my battle scars – and where else would they be but … Continue reading

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Ruminating on language

Not surprisingly, the article I posted a link to – the one that talks about language changing our DNA – had my mind working overtime on my walk with Abby today. And the more I mulled, the more I smiled … Continue reading

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The Power of Language

I have held for years that language is tremendously powerful. It influences how we think and even how we feel. And because it has such a strong influence, it also alters our actions. Political leaders have known this for a … Continue reading

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Autumn Walk

Today I simply celebrate October light – and the changing seasons. Much as I love the heat and long days of summer, I can’t deny the beauty of the slanting rays of light or the colour that comes with cooler … Continue reading

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