Moe Norman’s story is a rollercoaster ride of successes and failures, both self-imposed and that which were thrust upon him by society. It is heartbreaking, humorous at times, and ultimately inspiring and uplifting. Many life lessons are to be learned from a genre you may have least expected it from.
Isn’t it wonderful that as we age, we finally get to feel comfy with ourselves? And best of all, we learn to live with the person we have found ourselves to be. But then isn’t it equally shocking, how it can all suddenly be tossed into mayhem and be questioned by one single significant event?
When you are out at an art show this year use your new 2020 perfect sight to your advantage. Notice that emerging up-and-coming art and artists aren’t always where you may expect them to be. Nor may they look like they someone you expected them to look like. Open your eyes and open your mind.
The holiday season has a lot to do with light. Finding the light, seeking the light, and basking in the light of our friends, our families and the special spirituality of the season. A time for reflection, imagination and for seeing the world for more than the mundane, we often mistake it for.
For the most part they are based upon a lifetime of unforgettable moments on the prairie through all the seasons. Experiences and memories from time spent at my family cottage at Victoria Beach, from living and growing up in Winnipeg, and from my many travels throughout the Province.