I’m ready now.

Teaching has ALWAYS been my passion. As early as eight years old, my career path was solidly paved towards teaching. If I learned something, I believed everyone around me wanted – or needed – to know it, too! Lucky for … Continue reading


Another team effort…RL illustrated the leaf, I wrote something to go with it, and SW scribed it on beautifully. Candles burn. Light his way home.  Father, brother, son, uncle, friend.  Telegraph comes. Life extinguished.  Candles burn. His memory and sacrifice … Continue reading

In the middle…but all alone.

The true colours of nature surround me. Yellow, red, green, brown. But not as you know it most days. Not Crayola sunshine yellow. Brick red. Brilliant green. Rich brown. Subdued. Subtle. Wheat yellow. Cow brown in the distance. Wild autumn … Continue reading

Remembrance Day is coming…

  No, this post title does not come with a zillion exclamation marks of excitement or fanfare of its impending arrival. Just not that kind of a post. I planned on writing a post for this day – not holiday … Continue reading

Get crackin’…err…WRITING, girl!

“It is perfectly okay to write garbage— as long as you edit brilliantly.” ~ ~ C. J. Cherryh This afternoon I took myself out on a date to Coles and treated myself to these gems: I didn’t really make any … Continue reading

How to Get Your Master’s Degree, Part VI – Survival

“We could never learn to be brave and patient if there were only joy in the world.” ~ Helen Keller It’s only been eight months since my last post…. no biggie right? Eeep! I just read Part V – full of my … Continue reading

Travel Theme: Rivers

“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” ~ Heraclitus   I’m trying to get back on the wagon and throw out a post now and again. … Continue reading

How to: Get your Master’s Degree, Part V – Accepted or Rejected?!?

“Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy.” ~ Saadi   1. Stare at the “MEd Application Status” subjected email hiding in your junk e-mail folder for a long few minutes suddenly uncertain of the outcome you’re hoping … Continue reading