When a Normandy village decides to hold a Bachelor’s Ball, sparks fly, the cider doesn’t get made on time, and the muscled firemen act like Chippendales dancers.
Archives for February 2011
“Two recent ‘events’ have stirred some romantic longings that I thought I had left behind as unnecessary baggage on my journey,” writes Ross Lonergan in his Valentine’s Day post.
There’s nothing like unexpected love to warm you up in February, so try this experiment to find the love that is already around you.
Jess and her husband broke up, made up, broke up, and now they’re together again. Will it last? Jess realizes that’s not the most important question when it comes to love.
Healthy relationships fluctuate with life’s ebb and flow, says Moira Gardener on Valentine’s Day. Sometimes one partner carries more of the load to support the other, and sometimes the situation is reversed. It’s what love is. Love is something bigger than we are, and although it’s true that we need to love ourselves as human […]
Another British Columbia old-growth paradise — Avatar Grove on Vancouver Island — is slated for the chopping block. Kylen O. Lefave wants us all to raise our voices and take action for the forest.
Egypt, a country that has given the world so much in terms of ideas, art, science, medicine, philosophy and spirituality, has been given its greatest wish — President Hosni Mubarak has agreed to step down. We wish for the people of Egypt an end to poverty and abuse — and a new era of peace and understanding.
Michael heads from Oregon up to Canada for a marathon in Victoria — and still manages to get some writing before daylight done.
A runner who knows the feeling of “oldandslow” thinks about artifacts that result from the process of creating.
“Sometimes we get so married to our identities and the seriousness of ‘who we are that we can’t even remember how to have fun,” writes our newest blogger, Kara Thompson. “This is a sad state, because it is indicating that you can’t remember who you are anymore.”