Divorce when young children are involved: one woman’s experience of staying friends with a spouse and how she did it.
Archives for November 2016
She told me all the things I needed to know and hear. A dying man needed to know he’d be remembered.
The disruption of art will threaten many careers, but also throw up new stars. Create new industries, but also hasten the end of hallowed institutions. It will redefine how art is created, consumed, marketed, sold and studied.
The image of the old-time gold prospector is a familiar one: long grey hair, wild beard, suspicious eyes, and incomprehensible mumbling. But times are changing. A new generation of amateur prospectors is heading for the hills, and a few are finding enough gold to pay their way.
A dead flower, although it keeps its lovely scent for a while, quickly loses its beauty! Is beauty limited to living beings?
I was born with a heart defect, and at eight months old, I had open heart surgery. At the time, my parents were informed I wouldn’t live past the age of 12. Earlier this month, I turned 40. Adults with Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA) who have survived a Mustard or Senning procedure are very rare.
I’ve actually heard people saying that poppies and Remembrance Day itself on November 11th are meant to glorify war. There couldn’t be anything farther from the truth.
Most children arrive with some dance and musical training and even some experience in acting, but very few show up with comedic skills. So, it helps to have a guiding hand from experienced comics who understand qualities like timing and writing and re-writing comedy material.
Beautiful Quebec City became, in 1985, the first North American city to have its historic core declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s a consistent winner, receiving many of the most prestigious destination awards offered internationally. So, take an easy drive from southern Ontario to come and see what draws 4.7 million visitors, per year, to this Canadian jewel.