Where l live, we’re 105 days into lockdown from the pandemic. Although we’re slowly re-opening, with caution; it’s obvious that we’re not going to see ‘normal’ any time soon. I haven’t written a lot lately, perhaps because I’m not in a real positive place. I’m tired. I’m tired of 2020. I want 2019 back, or […]
The Canadian election, happening Monday, October 21, 2019 is still too close to call. There are several factors that make it so. I’m not a political writer, but several non-Canadians readers have asked, so here’s my take on Canada’s election. I apologize for the length of this article up front. You might want to grab […]
Even though our Canadian Rugby team is out of play at the World Cup, they’ve shown heart. Some of the Canadian team is staying to help with Japan’s recovery from the terrible typhoon. Couldn’t be more proud.
There are few topics these days where one’s political preference is best put on the back burner: Saving our environment is definitely one of them. So, politics aside, I am proud that this Canadian world leader did the polite thing and met with Greta Thunberg today; especially when others wouldn’t even glance her way. Since […]
There are two times in my life when I truly felt like the border between Canada and the United States didn’t exist: first when John F. Kennedy was assassinated and second when the World Trade Center was attacked. I remember each as though it was yesterday. I was a young schoolgirl when someone knocked at […]
I never thought I’d be blogging so much about tennis, but when two stars shine so brightly it’s hard to ignore. On Saturday, Bianca Andreescu won the U.S. Open beating Serena Williams who was aiming for a 24th straight win. For Bianca the win places her 5th in world tennis – pretty amazing for someone […]