I’m starting to feel like that crazy road runner; wheels spinnin’, darting in and out all over the place. But I always come to a screeching halt somewhere—and relish what’s there to discover. Like the time I landed smack in the middle of Richmond County, Cape Breton, NS. It’s full of small villages and people […]
Archives for October 2011
The discovery of changes to our physical appearance can lead to depression, but guest author Sylva Ifedigbo shows his humorous acceptance of one such discovery.
Julia McLean expresses her opinion about changes over the decades in television programming.
Christine Roome recounts the harried moment when she was late for volunteer duties at her son’s school and ponders the seemingly age old question of work/life balance.
Susan Ivory gets a snapshot of life when she walks the perimeter of her daughter’s soccer field.
Michael Lebowitz remembers a friend with dignity, respect, honour and honesty.
An introspection about life and the universe.
Georges Island is the smallest of the four main islands near Halifax Harbor. It is also one of the most intriguing.
Not so long ago, my enthusiasm for what I had learned about positive training and behavioural science turned me into an evangelist for modern training. But is pushing my training philosophy any more acceptable than pushing political or religious beliefs? Time has helped me temper my approach but the debate still rages within the positive training community. How far do we go to change the dog-owning world?
I came across this poem recently in StumbleUpon. Written by Mary Elizabeth Frye in 1932, this poem really moved me and I wanted to share it with you.