On September 8, 2019, Alexander Bell Harvey turned 100 years old. Family and friends got together at the Fairhaven long-term care facility, where he and Hazel now live, for a celebration. Well in excess of 100 people attended that day. Among the attractions Al was able to offer were: greetings
Lately, I have been reading the latest news and watching videos produced about the homeless crisis in Peterborough, Ontario. That we are experiencing this problem is a sad commentary on our society as a whole. We are not caring for our neighbours. Recently, the Warming Room shut down because it
Between September 27th and October 28th, 2018, Carol and I took a trip to the UK to visit friends and relatives, and to see where our family came from. It was a wonderful trip and we want to go back again, soon. This is a review of the trip, sharing
For those of you who have ever wondered what depression is really like, have a look at these. I have no idea where I obtained these images. If anyone knows, I’d be happy to acknowledge the source.
In case you have ever wondered about the nature of evil in a world created by a perfect God, here is an excerpt from a book by Augustine of Hippo: What is Called Evil in the Universe is But the Absence of Good. And in the universe, even that which
Volunteer week is over for this year. Remember, however, that the need continues throughout the year. Your life and assets have their greatest value when used for the benefit of others.
Since our latest election, Trudeau, elected on a series of major promises and a hatred of the Conservatives, has been nothing but a major disappointment. He has proven himself to be nothing more than a typical lying politician. Checking on the TrudeauMeter, it’s easy to see that most of the
We’ve just returned from a nice, relaxing week in Hilton Head. It was interesting seeing how the town coped with Hurricane Matthew. As we travelled around, there were trees down everywhere. I’m sure it will be a long time before everything is cleaned up. Below is a collection of photographs
We left home very early Saturday morning for our October trip south to Hilton Head. Saturday was a fairly uneventful trip southward (927 km) to Cincinnati, Ohio. Our first real adventure took place on Sunday when we went through the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina. Along the
I like SPAM. Not many do. For all those unbelievers, here is an informative video.