MONTHLY BLOG

International Women’s Day

March 8th is International Women's Day. It is a perfect opportunity to honour the wonderful women that have graced my life. Thank you! This pink post may raise eyebrows (for those gritty fans that like intense adventures, mystery and challenging spiritual quests). I...

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A crisis unfolding

These days we live in a world of smoke. Nearby Mt. Franklin is now obscured, the sun and the moon are both red. Everyone and everything around us is waiting in suspense, for a time when fire comes through. On the home front, our survival drill is in place, water pumps...

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The little digger

The young boy pays no attention to the screeching seagulls overhead, while he digs for gold on the Baltic shoreline. Jack London's stories of prospectors are what is on his mind. The boy is certain that at any moment, gold dust will appear on his shovel. However,...

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The Call of the Wild

As the world sleeps, I am awake, enchanted by the pulsing, multicoloured lights vibrating outside my window. I imagine that I alone, am dancing with the Aurora. It's winter of 1970, Sopot, Poland, and beneath the covers with a flashlight in hand, I read “The Call of...

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