A good story draws the reader in. From the outset you want to know more about the characters and the situations they find themselves in. From that perspective, Rachel Dylan has been successful with her latest novel, Deadly Proof. I wanted to know more about lawyer Kate Sullivan and her battle with a big pharmaceutical […]
You may have seen this before, but I thought it was worth repeating. THE WAITING ROOM I’ve been in this room at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute before; at least I think it was the same one. Seven years ago. Waiting for the heart surgeon conducting my mother’s operation to come and tell me how it […]
No time for a lengthy post today. Spent seven hours yesterday painting the new apartment, until we ran out of paint. Back at it today, so I make no promises for a post tomorrow. Depends on whether we run out of paint again.
Being less than perfect I really appreciated Steve Wiens book Whole. It touched a chord within my soul, so to speak. We are all broken people in one way or another. Many of us don’t want to admit it. I know I rarely do. Steve Wiens is not only willing to admit it, he’s working […]
I don’t have a picture to show you today, much as I wanted to take one. When I’m driving on the highway it isn’t advisable to whip out the phone and take a picture of something happening at the side of the road. That is how accidents happen. Twice on the weekend though, on the […]
I know I must have seen this structure before on previous trips to London. It is right by Westminster and I have walked in that park on several occasions before. But I don’t remember it. Earlier this year though I took a closer look at the Buxton Memorial. It was erected to commemorate the emancipation […]
It wasn’t a website I would have normally visited. Having seen it though, I feel an urge to discuss it. I’ve never bothered to discover what is considered proper etiquette for bloggers. When I started this project I wasn’t a regular blog reader, not even the posts from my friends, so I didn’t have much […]