A few months ago, my dear friend Anne Bérubé asked me if I would be her guest for a Facebook Live conversation. Anne is a writer and a speaker, and the author of Be Feel Think Do, published by
When I first “came out,” it was only to myself. There were no Pride parades and there were no parents marching in PFLAG rallies. Back then, it was definitely not okay to be anything other
So, I’m reading Wild by Cheryl Strayed (made into a movie with Reese Witherspoon in 2014). It’s all about her adventures, and misadventures, walking the Pacific Crest Trail in the States and her 1200 km
Last week, I wrote about how much I learned as I sat stranded on the roof of my house in the hot sun of a late Halifax summer trying to deal with the small garden
This summer, I noticed little plants growing up out of the eaves of my house. For those of you who are more diligent about home maintenance, this might sound quite horrifying. It was definitely surprising.
Way back in the year 2001, I had my astrology chart read. It was altogether fascinating, but here’s the part that really struck me. Let’s set the scene with a little dialogue. Astrologer: (Smiling and