Tag Archives: common sense

What Does It Take To Keep A Promise?

Originally published as a column on Friday July 22, 2016 in NewsKamloops.  Few things are more disappointing than not keeping a promise. More so when the promise has to do with people who died under circumstances that ought to be investigated so justice can be served. More so when the people who died are all… Read More »

The Case of Missing Innocence – A Sequel

Last night I attended Jesse Miller‘s talk about kids and social media: the good, the bad and the ugly. As expected, ugly can get uglier with a click and Miller explained how. The topic is as heavy as it is complicated. The recurring refrain was the one that seems to be the only viable solution,… Read More »

The Aftermath: Keeping Halloween Fun For Kids

Picture this: a dummy resembling a person fallen to the ground is placed in front of a garage door to look as if the head has been crushed by the door — blood on the door and suggestive puddles on the pavement included. It looks as real as you can imagine. Anything more would be… Read More »