Sunday, July 1, 2018 Hot! This morning I slept in. It was just after 6:00 a.m. when I opened my eyes. Morning routines, rise, dress, make the bed, put the kettle on, make coffee, then sit and gaze out the window at the trees. While sipping coffee, the thought that a trip to the Rideau… Continue reading Stifling


Tuesday, October 24, 2017 The season turned last night. We have enjoyed incredibly mild, pleasant weather ever since Attila and I returned from our vacation in mid-September. This past weekend the daytime temperatures were over 20C. We have been enjoying the good weather to the fullest. Last Saturday we packed tank with extra things, like… Continue reading Turning

Pen & Paper on Canada’s 150th Birthday

Composed on Canada’s 150th Birthday, Canada Day July 1st, 2017 Rideau Camp, Ontario, Canada Today the Dominion of Canada is 150 years old. My ancestors arrived here before the Dominion was formed, they were working people seeking a life where hard work would feed their families. They were pawns in the larger agendas of their… Continue reading Pen & Paper on Canada’s 150th Birthday