One minute, Stephanie Tritchew was just a face in the busy Seaway Mall crowd, sipping coffee at a cafeteria table and chatting on her cellphone. The next, the St. Catharines native was standing and belting out “hallelujahs” from the famed chorus in Handel’s Messiah in front of a stunned food court congregation.
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‘Tis the summer of spectator sports: The World Cup, the Tour de France, Golf majors, I could go on …
But the World Cup is turning out to be the event of the infernal buzz. The much-talked-and-written about vuvuzelas may be a cultural phenomenon in South Africa, but for the armchair spectator the darn things
Continue reading Please mute the Vuvuzelas
Answers the burning question “what is a Zentangle?” and explains how tanglepatterns.com was born.
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Words are never enough when we lose our loved ones
My beautiful father-in-law, Walter Farmer of Nuneaton, England, left us on Friday, July 10, 2009. Loving husband of Beryl (aka Mum), and their four proud sons: Robert (my Sweetie), Graham, Ian, and Stuart, and their families.
I hope he’s enjoying a pint with my
Continue reading Goodbye to a wonderful, gentle man: Walter Farmer (April 26, 1924 – July 10, 2009)
This is an inspiring, beautiful little video that I simply couldn’t resist sharing. It exemplifies the spirit of peace and friendship straight from Mother Nature, accompanied by Louis Armstrong.
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I can’t help but wonder how someone was there to record these precious moments
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