I Was Here

Chapter 2 (B) Friday and bored to tears so I might as well capture a few more "thoughts". This is really becoming more of a "time capsule" so future generations (if there are any) will understand I was here. There was a time (and I'm sure it still goes on) when teacher would collect memorabilia … Continue reading I Was Here

Growing Up as the Cardiac Monitor

"One of the most interesting things about science fiction and fantasy is the way that the genres can offer different perspectives on matters to do with the body, the mind, medical technology, and the way we live our lives." - Tansy Rayner Roberts It feels odd using an opening quote that reflects the subject matter … Continue reading Growing Up as the Cardiac Monitor

Entitlement is Not Freedom

I like to open each session with, what I think, is an appropriate quote from the wisdom of other. Today I am reflecting on an insightful comment by actor and outspoken speaker on rights, Liev Schreiber. That is, and I quote, "I react very badly when mediocrity throughs a tantrum of entitlement". I share that … Continue reading Entitlement is Not Freedom

Christmas 2019 – Memories of Christmas Past

"My life isn't a book, it's a collection of short stories" - Terry Wiens Christmas, a day of family, friends and memories. It is a day that can be loud, boisterous and full of activity. It can also be a day of quietude, reflective and personal relaxation. I have experienced both and find myself, maybe … Continue reading Christmas 2019 – Memories of Christmas Past

Political Promises, Vote Baits

“Those who don't value their words, will never value your wishes.” ― Amit Kalantri I have put off writing for a week while my brain adjusted to the realities of the latest provincial election. In between writing this and the outcome of a very disruptive election period in Alberta was Easter. I am not a "religious" person … Continue reading Political Promises, Vote Baits