A story of the rhinestone hat

A story of the rhinestone hat

A story of the rhinestone hat. Mom wore many hats to manage her household. She had this quirky sense of fashion, and often wore the funniest and funkiest hats, colors didn’t matter or whether they were men’s caps or even…

Want to return to normal?

Want to return to normal?

Want to return to normal? If this is the new normal then what is the former normal? Suffering through this pandemic has not been fun, especially when so many are sick and dying due to Covid-19. It’s hard, but God…

Looking forward before looking back

Repurpose what’s already been done before, but with a new beginning. As I write this, I’m thinking about design elements of my renewed website. After many years of maintaining a website, and neglecting it for the past few years, I…

Why personal transitioning takes time?

Why personal transitioning takes time?

Transitioning. At the end of November 2017 we sold our house in Thunder Bay, and packed our stuff into a moving truck and flew to Toronto, just before the snowstorm hit Thunder Bay. Now three years later, we can say…

A Love Letter

A Love Letter

Have you ever received a love letter or written one to someone? Many movies are based on letters they find in the attic or from a grandparent to enhance the plot. Historical writers research old letters in archives to help…

Not a merry Christmas

Not a merry Christmas

Christmas Reflection Then I realize how much enjoyment comes from children’s laughter. As special treat this year is our toddler granddaughter opening her gifts and bringing so much joy. Jesus Christ was born in a dark world to bring salvation…

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