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Tag Archives: Canada
So, yesterday was one of those days, you know, the kind of day you either want to never speak of again, or maybe blog about?
In fact, yesterday I was in full blown rant mode. The post would … Read the rest
I just signed up as a rider in the Ride to Conquer Cancer. Its a 2 day ride, in the Canadian Rockies. I hear there “might” be some hills…
There’s lots of info on their official website, but this kind … Read the rest
While there are many well known benefits to walking on a regular basis, I’d like to open your eyes to some you may be less familiar with.
Lately, in the last few years actually, I’ve been moving around more than … Read the rest
Wow, holy cow, how long has it been since I blogged? There’s digital dust and cobwebs here! eeek!
Well, lets see. I could tell you all how busy I’ve been. But I’m really not that good of a fiction writer, … Read the rest
Wow, how did this happen? I haven’t posted anything here for a whole month!
That might mean I’m incredibly lazy, or very busy! Take your pick
The good news, since the last post, our water here on the “Comm-Pound” hasn’t … Read the rest
6:39 PM 12/18/2009
Hey all, sorry, I’ve not posted in quite a while.
Quick recap, incase you are still catching up.
I was living in Tacoma, Washington, for about a year. Then I moved down to Lemoore, California. That didn’t … Read the rest
Growing up in Canada, I’m pretty good about dealing with cold weather. I can adapt to a pretty wide range of temperatures actually. Some winters in northern Alberta we’d see temperatures below -40 F… there’s a bit of trivia you’ll … Read the rest
“I guess that one of the most important things I’ve learned is that nothing is ever completely bad. Even cancer. It has made me a better person. It has given me courage and a sense of purpose I never had … Read the rest
British newspaper article which captures the essence of being Canadian.
Remembrance Day is less than a month away, but I thought I’d share this e-mail with virtually everyone in my contacts list because it’s very much worth reading. It made … Read the rest