After hearing the loud rumble that caused the curtains to blow in my mother walked over to the crib to check on me. It was Mother’s Day. She thought the noise came from someone slamming lids on dumpsters but soon found out on the news that Mount St Helens in Washington State had erupted. I […]
On the fourth of July I usually write a post on my site paying tribute to our neighbours to the south, across the largest unguarded border in the world  . However, my involvement with the country is rooted far deeper than notes I have jotted in cyber-space annually. During some of the highest and […]
As I’m heading out to the Canucks game and will not be following all the election night action on Twitter, here’s a super handy-dandy Google map to keep track of the results as they flow in from sea to sea.
The first full day in town was mostly spent visiting with John’s grandma, who is the entire reason for our trip down to Kansas City. In the late afternoon we had some time to walk around the fancy-shmancy shopping district of KC called The Country Club Plaza. This is where you will find Saks, Coach, […]
America is pretty much my country-in-law. I married into America and it gave me a job and housed me during my stint in Boston a few years back. In fact, America has always been rather nice to me and I think the nicest gift it ever gave me was my best friend and love of […]