Money Can’t Buy Me Love

But it can buy everything from walkers to motorized wheelchairs, from custom leg braces to hospital beds, from mental health counselling to round-the-clock personal in-home care. In BC, all ALS patients who register with the BC ALS society are taken care of in this way, and the scope and depth of both services and equipment... Continue Reading →



Years ago, far from our families and alone for the holidays, we decided to go to a hotel for the Christmas Day buffet. It was almost a magical experience; at a window table in the historic hotel's original grand ballroom, the snow falling softly and the twinkling lights of the Christmas tree nearby, it was... Continue Reading →

Victoria, Briefly

Holy Cow where does the time go? We've sold our house and are wrapping up the final arrangements for our move west, but before the wagon train pulls out permanently, we headed out for a brief visit to check out the new digs. I'd never been to Victoria, and the first thing that struck me... Continue Reading →

Around The Table

So I've been away from blogging longer than I planned. First, my NaPoWriMo run came to an abrupt end one day short of month end when the flu I thought I had turned out to be pneumonia, confirmed by a late night trip to the ER and a chest X-ray. I have to give a... Continue Reading →

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