May she rest in peace – what a trailblazer!
When I started this blog on June 28, 2015, I was scared out of my wits. What would I write? Who would read it? How long could I keep it going?
On Saturday, June 6th…
My boyfriend John’s choir at Trinity United Church of Montreal outdid themselves for Palm Sunday this past weekend. Since they could not congregate due to COVID-19, they each recorded their own part at their homes, and then sent it electronically to a super-talented choir member, Stephanie Coward-Yaskiw, who merged all the voices into a coherent whole, along with piano accompaniment and images. The result is really beautiful!
These depressing days reminded me of a song I wrote in 1983. 🎵 Back then it was apropos of nothing, really, but it kind of fits what’s happening now. Maybe a tad exaggerated – poetic licence, I guess.
I’ve been thinking. (My funny boyfriend: “Nooooooooo!” 😂)
As John and I approach our First Anniversary of living together (this Sunday at 1 a.m., but who’s counting), I thought a little list of what we’ve learned might be in order. To wit:
Nothing like getting a little press coverage! 😁
I’m proud to announce the birth of the PAPERBACK version of my newest book, How to be an (Almost) Perfect Parent: Dos and Don’ts from a former Family Support Worker.
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