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Life Bites. Chew Slowly

If light could be song, this morning’s bright appearance was a symphony, loud and overwhelming. The green is exploding everywhere, soft and decidedly stubborn, hijacking the desert’s brownish, dry demeanour for a few weeks from now. Trails are narrower because grass and dandelions claim the edges. Tread with care, but should the dog venture off… Read More »

Because Birds Happen

I never had a bird land on my shoulder. Until today that is, during the morning walk with the dog and while stopping for a chat with an elderly gentleman we often see around the neighbourhood. Of all people, the bird singled me out, even though I had a puppy connected to me. Go figure.… Read More »

To Live Is To Learn

Originally published as a column in NewsKamloops on February 12, 2016.  My family and I went to Victoria for a few days. It was quite a treat. The breath of early spring was present in purple crocus patches, red tulips and yellow daffodils spread along sidewalks, even a cherry tree shyly showing its tiny pink… Read More »