My father died last week. He was 92 years old, so in a sense it was not a surprise. And yet, it was. While he was frail in some respects, he had no serious health conditions. Until he did. And Continue reading My dad
Viewers of the 1968 comedy “Yours, Mine and Ours” were treated to the adventures and antics of a very large blended family created when a widow (Lucille Ball) with eight kids married a widower (Henry Fonda) with 10. In 2020, Continue reading Yours, mine and ours
Last Friday, my Luke’s Place colleagues and I awoke to a news story about a multiple homicide inside a home in Oshawa. Not surprisingly, our minds jumped immediately to the possibility – indeed the probability – that this was a Continue reading What to call it?
Spring was late this year, which most of us noticed more than ever because the pandemic forced us to do all of our socializing outside. We had more than a few get-togethers with friends where everyone was bundled in heavy Continue reading Signs of fall