Select Page
Counting the Cost

Counting the Cost

Dear reader, recently I was engaging in one of my guilty pleasures – namely watching episodes of The Graham Norton Show, a talk show from the UK, or as they would call it, a “chat show.” I enjoy Norton’s program because unlike North American...
The True North, Flawed and Free

The True North, Flawed and Free

My dear and long suffering reader, July 1 is a special day for many people around the world. In Singapore for example today is Armed Forces Day. Pakistan marks this day as Children’s Day. The country of Burundi celebrates its independence on July 1. In Australia...
Waste Not…

Waste Not…

My dear and long suffering reader, I’ve been thinking a great deal of late about waste. Ok… it’s not the most salubrious of subjects I grant you, but I think you’ll agree, one that’s on many people’s minds in our modern age. What I’ve found so intriguing is that...
In So Many Words

In So Many Words

#Create365 – March 24, 2019 “For your born writer, nothing is so healing as the realization that he has come upon the right word.” – Catherine Drinker Bowen Friends, neighbours and potential future enemies, I was born a writer. Now please note...
Memento Mori

Memento Mori

On July 14, 2006 at 3:36AM, my entire world came to an end. “I’m so sorry… They lost her. She’s gone…” I was on the phone, staring dumbly at the clock as I was told that Raven, my fiancee, the love of my life and the most beautiful woman I had...
“Feminist” is Not a Four-Letter Word

“Feminist” is Not a Four-Letter Word

Allow me to pose a query to you groovy and awesome carbon-based lifeforms: When in the nine hells did “feminist” become a four-letter word? Not sure what I mean? Walk into any group of people (primarily guy-shaped men of the male gender I’m ashamed to admit),...

Pin It on Pinterest