He was just a boy, all of twenty-one. Then the morning came, his number turned, mail out by the ton. Said we need you boy, country’s on the run. Spoke his last goodbye’s, now the time had come …
Archives for November 2012
While standing at the base of The Brooding Soldier in St. Julien, I had tears in my eyes and was filled with mixed emotions.
Compared to these times, our problems seem trivial. By understanding the cost of our mistakes, perhaps we can learn never to repeat them again.
Soft autumn early morning. People sitting at outdoor tables. Writing letters quickly, before the onrushing winter rain.
This lovely little film, nearly lost in the bankruptcy of Orion Pictures in 1992, is primarily a vehicle for the outstanding performances of its two lead actors, Jessica Lange and Tommy Lee Jones. Lange won the Academy Award for Best Actress as a result of her portrayal of military wife and sex-bomb wannabe Carly Marshall. […]
Instead of responding to life based on old messages, affirmations can be used to reprogram unhealthy beliefs.
In The Man Who Stole Father’s Boat, Melinda Cochrane evokes the geography, history, politics, and sociology of Newfoundland and Labrador with the kind of hardy and hard-edged truthfulness that characterizes so much of the vital and unique culture of the province some call the Rock. The book launch is on November 27, 2012.
A deeply seated writers block was both a mystery and a source of frustration, but healing the cause – a sick message from childhood – led to enormous freedom.
In part two of a three-part article, author Randi G. Fine tells of her struggles with life and her difficulty with finding the faith to pull her through.
Beautiful Buenos Aires, home to Evita Peron, birthplace of the tango and today a rich, vibrant culture that begs for a journey to the city called “the Montreal of South America.”