Moving to Canada – A Guide

Several months ago, I wrote and pitched an article idea to many publications. The point was to provide a somewhat satirical guide to anyone in America wanting to move to Canada, regardless of who might win the election. The article was not picked up. After some consideration, I am posting it here. It was edited after Hillary […]

A Home Like No Other

A barn, covered in overgrown vegetation. Overgrown, yet perfectly placed. Behind it, a garden that has seen thousands of strawberries, beans, and other great things. Grown by my Grandparents. The home on the property has some age to it. With all the work it needed it still was a great place with a great amount […]

Politics & Humour

They just don’t seem to mix anymore. It seems to me that the most successful Canadian humour talent that has been able to cross-over into more opportunities are people who branch out beyond political humour. Politicians certainly deserve to be the butt of many jokes. It is the nature of the business. Regardless of what […]

Books, & Words From An Already Painted Office

My new home office is the only room in this house that will not be painted. Terrific Since taking over this  home somewhere just outside of Halifax, I have grown very fond of my work space. The top shelf you are looking at is my cassette collection hanging out with a large surplus of notebooks. […]

Heroes

Heroes are not born.  They are people who are bestowed the description based on the life they live, and in how they inspire positivity in those who admire and respect them. It is a rare occasion that I am lost for words. As someone who earns a living based on words, it is a difficult […]

Scenes and Stories

Over the last few days I spent some time in a favourite spot in the country. Prince Edward Island always has something to offer everyone. What I dig the most about it is the peace and quiet which is easy to find. For my up owning collection of shorts now called “Crooked Dice”, I found […]