Home represents so much more than just lumber and shingles and plumbing, it’s a place that almost everyone associates with safety and warmth. A refuge from the madness of the modern world we all live in.
Archives for December 2013
Sometime last fall, I learned that I scare people — not in a spooky-Halloween way, but in an intimidating and threatening way. What finally caused it to sink in was when a coworker told me that some of the other staff were scared to work with me.
I said goodbye to a friend I had hoped would be in my life for a long time to come. It didn’t work out. I wish for everyone the best of everything goin’ forward in the new year: as I hope that we can do our level best to get out of our own way and find the best of each other in one another.
This was the sort of thing one expected in Newfoundland or Nova Scotia in the fall but here I was on the edge of Esquimalt Lagoon barely able to see 10 meters to where the birds floated …
In my January, 2014 workshop “Large Scale Mosaics, Architectural Installations and Home Enhancements.” Students will learn the process of designing, fabricating and installing large-scale permanent mosaics for exterior or interior architectural settings in a safe, creative environment.
The consequences of heavy drinking in college can play a major role in your future.
A little holiday spirit to bring you a smile. A story of Christmas at our house and a celebration of our lives with our dogs.
Happy Holidays everyone!
Recovering from a tragedy is never easy. Sometimes it feels as if it isn’t even possible. Meg was sure it wasn’t for her so she decided to deal with it as she knew how. Making a list would make it easier to finish the task.
I have been trying to come up with something musical to share with you all for the holiday season. Something that crosses belief systems. Something beautiful… I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
This was my first piece of metal art. The one that started my passion for metal sculpture. I have not stopped since. Now my house is so full I am running out of room for my family.