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
Continue reading Friendship Lessons from Mother Nature
There is NO SPECULATION involved in the BDI. This index monitors and reports on transactions happening in the real world in terms of the demand for resources for the manufacture and production of goods worldwide.
Continue reading The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) shows a slowly improving worldwide economy