A thrift store find, a vintage china plate with a scene from my university, starts a hunt to learn more about the item and Acadia.
As I sit here, holding the doll and making that difficult decision to let go of a small part of my sons’ childhood, one memory grips me.
Expanding our worlds through words – a memoir writing exercise.
We should be thinking of ourselves as custodians, or curators, of our things. Not every “thing” is a piece of consumer waste.
The memoir Ed and Dorothy: Rocky Mountain Romance follows Ed and Dorothy’s growing family as well as their extended family of Banff wardens, community members and friends.
Write Stuff: Preserve your memories – not your stuff. This online course is for those who want to get rid of “stuff” but not the memories that are bound to the items.
Saying goodbye to a year that has changed the world for most of us.
For some of us, this festive season won’t feel like Christmas or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa at all.
Tweens, teens and even adults who love a good mystery, here’s one for you!
Wednesday is Remembrance Day (yesterday was National Aboriginal Veterans Day). It’s when we honour members of our armed forces who have died in the line of duty as well as …