Id like to share with you this wonderful story about our first Christmas after we were adopted in 1969. My parents Tom and Jean Dunbar started that first Christmas by taking Randy and I to downtown Toronto to look at the Christmas scenes in all the big stores window fronts on Young Street. Sears, Eatons, Simpsons, The Bay, Woolworths and many more used animated figures to create these wonderful displays.
Mom had packed hot chocolate…
Action is louder than words or so they say right? I know everyone is concerned about climate change and Canada's green house gas emissions yet we do nothing about it except drive bigger cars and trucks and bitch to ourselves about unnecessary plastic packaging. We leave it up to our political leaders who in my opinion are as useless as the plastics that are floating in our rivers and oceans. We take our lazy lifestyles for granted by tossing out everything plastic or leaving our trucks…Continue
This story is based on the actual account of myself and a very friendly dog. I was staying with a friend up at Paul Lake. I decided to go make an ice rink on the frozen lake. I love skating. With a shovel and alot of energy I shovelled out a pretty decent sized rink. My friend Dwayne brought out a water pump and we augured a hole then flooded the surface smooth! A December full moon was quickly approaching and I decided to make a full moon jelly salad with blue jelly and marshmallows. It…Continue