The summer of 1980 was to have been the first of two summer internships required in my candidacy for ministry in the United Church of Canada. The woman who has given me hospitality to stay at her house woke me … Continue reading
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She came at summer’s end and needed a place to stay for a few days. She stayed for almost a year. And in my heart, forever. She was quiet, mostly kept to herself, made sure to be helpful with household … Continue reading
We All Become Stories This is an invitation to a conversation about aging.
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Search this address on Google and you get a picture of the Emergency Medical Centre. Well, this centre no longer exists. Cincinnati officials were anxious to revitalize and were selling up buildings in a hurry. A developer put the wrecking … Continue reading
SALON 3 X 3 6 people; 3 artists 3 poets, in conversation about how art and poetry inspire each other. In casual conversation, the artists and poets will respond to each other’s work, read poems inspired by art, and vice … Continue reading