At a time when I needed my family and friends the most, they were there. A story of love, and how a wooden bowl became a symbol of everything beautiful at a time when it felt like life was anything but.
Dreams can give us a glimpse into what lies on the otherside of the wall of our universe. Sometimes our bestfriend is there waiting to spend a great day with us and the cat.
We sat across from each other in one of those German small town cafés which are dotted with round tables and comfortable chairs. People sat reading newspapers and eating apple cake with whipped cream.
Friendship, hurt, betrayal, and trampling of values. Lessons learned in life which make you stronger.
The spacious dining room was buzzing with the lively accents of women from Israel, Hong Kong, Germany and the Philippines. Others born in Mexico, Thailand, the U.S., Indonesia, and yes, even Canada, completed the luncheon group that day, an intercultural gathering of friends who have shared times like these for the past 25-plus years.
But today as you lay here with all the tubes in you, I am not taking a risk. I am standing on faith that you will be fine.
Growing up in a small town, and seemingly sheltered from the evils of the world, a girl discovers the awful reality of racism – and her natural reaction to it..
This group of women – the playgroup – has shifted and changed as our children have grown, but one thing that has not changed is the amazing support that I feel whenever I think of you Bonnie, or Norma or Teresa or Flora or Sandy or Nancy or Nan or Doreen or Claire.
For the author and her friends, attending “Àn Evening with Oprah” at the Bell Center in Montreal is the culminating experience of a lifelong “friendship” with the celebrated TV talk show host.
Jason, star athlete and gutless homophobe, receives a painful lesson in courage and friendship from an unexpected source.