Cursive Cuisine

Pages of longhand cursive. A massive banquet of things to sort out and put together on workable plate. Many of my notes are casual cursive. Some words are printed clearly, others are a continual flow of penmanship only readable to myself. We all know this kind of writing. It looks like a physician’s prescription pad. […]

There Are Never Enough Words

Grief is an ingredient of our existence. An ingredient we would rather never use in a recipe of mixed emotions. We are stuck with it. Even with good coping skills, it can be intolerably unbearable. In letting our sweet boy Leo go, grief has returned. It’s a wave crashing over without warning. It’s a sudden […]

New Prince Edward Island Ferry

The federal government recently announced that there will be new funding to replace the MV Holiday Island. Built in 1971, the Holiday Island provided steady service between Cape Tormentine, New Brunswick and Borden, Prince Edward Island until the opening of Confederation Bridge in 1997. The Holiday Island joined the new MV Confederation on the Wood […]

Never Will I Understand

Never will I understand the need for most politicians to represent a collective of thoughts, instead of the people who elected them. Never will I understand how in 2019, science and facts are thrown out in favour of groundless fictions in unproven faith. Never again will I understand the need to consume animals in order […]