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

Wallowing in a Winter Wonderland

I did, in fact, look up “wallow” in the dictionary. It means to, “to luxuriate in, to revel in.” So really, we often use it somewhat inaccurately when we say we are wallowing in our miseries. Though I suppose some people do … Continue reading

My Favourite Canadian Sound

I recently weekended at a “holiday house” in Goolwa and was asked by an Australian to, “Sell me Canada,” after we’d gone back and forth about nice and not-so-nice things about Canadian cities I’d lived in and visited. Finally he challenged, “Well, what’s your … Continue reading