A runner on the edge of winter, ponders the other side of love, and finds clarity “just a little futha” down the road.
Archives for March 2010
I like to write on Sunday mornings after a coffee with a couple of friends because it is the time I feel the most refreshed. This past Sunday I started out with the hopes of writing a fantastic piece that I would be able to send off into cyberspace and look forward to the opinions […]
We have a problem here in our small town with a pusher who won’t take no for an answer. This pusher is unassuming and doesn’t look like your typical pusher, the ones who hang out on the corners of sprawling cities. This one is funny, personable, and really quite nice. Perhaps that’s how she lures […]
“The most potent way to tell a story is first, to have lived it. And if you’ve lived it then you’re speaking the truth. And when you speak the truth, a listener will feel that it’s true. Therefore, your story will be more contagious.” — Daniel Lanois Daniel Lanois is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and record […]
Now 88 years old, Hazel McCallion is an inspiration and proof positive that we are never too old to achieve our goals! Hazel McCallion is the mayor of Mississauga Ontario, Canada’s sixth largest city. She has been the mayor of Mississauga for 31 years. Affectionately called “Hurricane Hazel”, at 85 years old, she was easily […]
Our bodies digest words like we digest food. The energy from each word can have a profound effect on our thoughts and actions.
Inky fingers stroked my hair. And the darkness had a sound. It buzzed and whispered to the rhythm section of my heartbeat as I lay paralyzed by the fear of ghosts. The fear of being left alone. The fear of dying of fear itself.
These are five great wines from the British Columbia’s Okanagan you’ll be hearing about in the mainstream media if you haven’t already.
Off the coast of Victor Harbor in South Australia, Southern Right Whales keep returning in ever-increasing numbers to seek safe sanctuary from predators in these waters during breeding season.
A runner thinks about a friend who may be dying, and gains insight from the meditative practice of putting one foot in front of another.