Given the divisive politics in the US, and the fact that it would appear to be coming a trend outside that country, I am linking back to a Post from September 2017. Continue reading
Remembrance Day is November 11 in Canada, so here is a very interesting and thought provoking poem which was sent to me. Continue reading
Note: The following is a rambling based on life experiences, and is in no way intended to necessarily reflect professional medical opinions.
“People pleasing” is what so many people do, but few either recognize the fact … or admit to it. Continue reading
Quite a while ago now (a year or more ago), we had a large branch come down from our very old Maple tree. A part of it was relatively straight; a part of me was relatively creative, and a part of our garden shed was relatively useful. Continue reading
“Just Thinking” is a book of simple poetry (even I could understand it!) that was published a few years ago. The subjects covered include a dog, volunteerism, troubled relationships, people of the street, and just so many other perspectives on life. Continue reading
I am going to say nothing. I am going to be very quiet. Continue reading
It would seem that the politicians who are instrumental in maintaining democracy are using divisive politics (divide and conquer strategy) to simply further their personal agenda, as well as the agendas of those who support them. Continue reading