Sharing our collective experience can help and it can also add a little levity.
Who knew there was a virus silently trying to infiltrate everyone’s bloodstream?
Teleworking since March 13th, I have been taking walks at a distance with neighbours, going to local farm stores and grocery stores, the pharmacy and natural food store and trying … Continue reading Pandemic Perspective from up the River
She did not know the difference between a bacteria and a virus.
Hello, sun in my face ” she writes
The gates on the covered bridge close
I miss my previous life. That is, my previous life only three weeks ago…..
*This post and images are by village contributor Al Skaw*
“We are, as a species, addicted to story. Even when the body goes to sleep, the mind stays up all night, telling itself stories.”
Our first retired winter. For as long as I have been married, the man in my life has wanted to escape Canadian winters. A generous house sitter and retirement has … Continue reading Canadians, now Canarians
“At first you want to arrive but then you realize that it is the travelling that you want, and you are always surprised that it is over too soon.” Annick Hardie
He was just Heron, reminding me to keep my feet on the ground.
Dad was a great raconteur and story-teller and to honour his memory, it seems appropriate that I share this story which honours his legacy.
Wednesday evening – Symptoms are getting worse. Is it the flu? We hesitate