Monthly Archives: January 2016

All Toilets are not Created Equal

I find it interesting that the minute I ask a business about accessibility the first two thing I will hear are  ramps and bathrooms.  And though I do appreciate an accessible washroom it’s because when you wheel around all day hands tend to get a little dirty.  It’s always nice to know I can wash up. […]
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Dusting Out the Old Year

I plan on doing a lot of writing this year in hopes of not repeating the emotional turmoil of 2015.  My writing is really my therapy.  I enjoy writing, semantics, playing with words, had a painter friend tell me recently that I painted with words so thank you Milton.  It is a way for me […]
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2016 Re-emergence of Common Sense?

I can’t believe we are almost two weeks into 2016 already.  I am becoming increasingly convinced in that old belief that time does speed up as you get older.  However it isn’t my intention to provide a lay-persons perspective of Einstein’s theories on the speed of time so I will get on with my purpose of […]
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Starting 2016 Back at the Beginning

How times change, fifty years ago I was celebrating my last Christmas as a patient in the Children’s Hospital and a year later I was attempting to catch a mud-eating goose from a pond in Stanley Park to have as my first Vancouver Christmas supper.  There has been a lot of magic deer poop dust […]
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