When I was a kid, in the years before vaccines were in common use, I had every possible communicable disease: measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox, scarlet fever and rheumatic fever. I was pretty sick with some of them, even enduring Continue reading A top ten threat to global health
Two back to back encounters on the weekend had me thinking about the recent announcements about education “reform” from Doug Ford’s government for the people. First, was a conversation I had with my seven-year-old grandson. He was playing a game Continue reading Education for the people?
It’s hard to believe that it has been six weeks since my partner and I arrived in San Miguel de Allende (SMA). But, indeed, it has, and today we are making our way back to wintry Canada. Some kind of Continue reading Hasta luego, San Miguel
San Miguel is a beautiful place to explore on foot, and we walk everywhere we go. The architecture, the views, the bougainvillea, jacaranda and other plants and trees in full bloom at this time of year all offer a rich Continue reading “Please help me, I’m falling . . . “