Monthly Archives: February 2016

The difference between music and a song

We hear someone say “I really like that music” or “I really like that song”. I say those phrases all the time too.  I’m going to change what I say now because I understand there is a big difference. I’m … Continue reading

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Coincidence or Godcidence

The title of my post is actually a partial quote. I’m using it the title because of the significance to me of the statement. Last night I was one of the fortunate few who was able to get a ticket … Continue reading

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Spring is coming!

How do I know this cold hard fact? Costco in Winnipeg has two aisles fully stocked with BBQ’s, hoses, planters, seeds and more! It was a warm feeling to see this after just walking in from a February winter storm. 

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Living art

Maybe the title of this post should be The Art of Living? The Globe and Mail’s TV writer John Doyle, states in his review of HBO’s new series, Vinyl, that art has “….the force to make you feel suddenly alive, … Continue reading

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On being human

I just read an article where the writer states, “it’s okay to be a human being.” I’m glad to hear that! But what the hell does that mean. Somebody should write that book! A suggested title could be “How to … Continue reading

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Do something good today!

Here’s a suggestion. If someone representing a business you’re dealing with, from the person taking your order at the drive through to a service person fixing some sort of problem for you, and they do something that impresses you, go … Continue reading

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Joking around

Everyone has encountered that uncomfortable moment in a social environment where someone tells a good joke, everyone laughs and then there is complete silence. It’s uncomfortable because there is an expectation by the group for someone to tell another good … Continue reading

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