Lorne Daniel takes a 21st century sensibility into classic car shows to enjoy a guilt-free indulgence in car culture.
Archives for October 2010
Is life as a human .. full of unexpected surprises? It is! But so many of those wonderful surprises rely on our willingness to embrace them. One of the things I love about Rick Mercer is his willingness to explore new experiences! Can you imagine doing this? Would YOU crawl into the den of a […]
Back in July, I set out on one of the most unlikely adventures of my life to date: I decided to take up running. Don’t get me wrong — I didn’t want to do it, exactly. But modern medical science suggests a girl ought to occasionally flex some muscles other than her brain, and I […]
If you love garlic, you’ll love these recipes. If you are not a garlic lover, you’ll still love these recipes—especially the chicken baked with 40 cloves of garlic!
An author is ready to send his manuscript information to publishers, but hesitates. He uncovers a terrible resistance — a paralyzing fear — and he’s not sure why.
Do you believe in the All-or-Nothing rule? You know, the idea that we’re either 100% happy or we’re not really happy? Maybe there’s a better way to think about it?
Mary Rose explores how we fight so hard for the right to carry our baggage. Clinging like lost and lonely children to emotions from the past; clinging so hard out of fear of who we would have to be without it.
Emily got it in her head that circumnavigating Nova Scotia, by foot, was a swell idea. So to all the people that thought I was nuts for driving across Canada alone, I’d like to present Emily as exhibit A in my defence. If she’s not certifiable, how can I be?
Mary Black Bonnet takes an aching look at her past and her family, “how we were thrown together and no one made it out in one piece.” And out of darkness, she created her own roadmap into a life worth living.
A photographer. A curiosity. And Minnesota mornings worth capturing. Michael Lebowitz captures the spirit of the new day.