Happy Times

Happy Times

In 2017 I was granted Canadian citizenship. In a ceremony I will always remember I and several others swore the oath, sang the song (in both languages, no less) and signed the paperwork. Happy times indeed. After the event my beloved and I celebrated with […]

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My Valentine

My Valentine

This woman has chosen to spend her life with me.As I have chosen to spend mine with her. She burns with the light of many suns. She is a flawed diamond. Strong as steel. Fragile as glass. She is amazing. She is a candle in […]

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Streak

Streak

This post is not my usual rambling content. It’s a different animal. About a different animal. A unique animal. It’s about our cat, Streak. Streak was born on February 9th 2006. One of a litter of six, she survived when most of her siblings did […]

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Get The Shot

Get The Shot

I’ve heard every argument on both sides of the COVID vaccine debate. Only one side makes sense to me. With due respect to those that feel differently, I see one logical option: Get the shot. You won’t be magnetized. There are no tracking chips. If […]

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Balance

Yesterday a sequence of events occurred which showed me once more the underlying balance of the universe. Put simply, I believe that for every good thing there is a bad one. And for every bad thing, a good. I have the perspective of a man […]

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Postcards From The Porch: Plan B

Postcards From The Porch: Plan B

OK. With cases and hospitalizations rising exponentially in Ontario, the announcement on Friday that increased restrictions and financial penalties would immediately be put into effect effectively kiboshed my plans for world domination giving my local community a much needed morale boost. Time for Plan B. […]

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