Ray’s Book Progress!

My book about Ray (“Who Said I was up for Adoption?”), has established a slow, but consistent, sales performance. A number of you have read it, or are in the process of reading it, and your reviews and/or feedback has made the whole process very worthwhile. Thank you!

To recent Followers, the book is written as a true account of all the “trials and tribulations” experienced during the first 18 months of adjusting my life to include a dog who adopted me… a German Shepherd/Rottweiler – 75lbs of attitude, plus a long list of issues! Continue reading

A bit of history!

World War II started for England in 1939, and there was no peace until 1945.  Below is a pic of my Mom and Dad in 1943! They were married in 1941, and Dad received his call-up papers (draft papers), on his wedding day! He chose to join the Royal Navy. Continue reading

C’est La Vie!

Ed Whitlock was a well known figure here, in Canada, to anybody who was remotely involved in running. He was establishing world records, over many track and road race distances, as he progressed through the various age group categories. Continue reading

First Blog Post?

A number of bloggers have recently taken a trip back in time and re-Posted their very first Blog. It is interesting to see how Blogs have developed, and I was tempted to use the same idea as a bit of a nostalgic trip however, I have decided to add a “twist” to that concept. Continue reading

Writing Fiction!

As many of you already know, I very rarely read or write fiction. I really don’t have anything against fiction, and in fact I love Tolkein’s Hobbit stories, but I have always been a detail oriented person, plus I “need” to understand things! The end result is that my readings are usually autobiographical,  technical or educational in some other way. Continue reading