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Originally published in December 2013 in Blog

After you lose your parents, You start to wonder if your family ever existed. That feeling of being part of a team alters, Then disintegrates over time. New alliances form. Continents and decades are crossed in a valiant search for that next Home. Siblings become more like old classmates, People you used to know because […]

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Garwood B. Jones

Originally published in December 2013 in Blog

Two weeks ago I opened my mailbox to a cream-coloured envelop the size of a Christmas card and thought it was the leading edge of a swell of holiday greetings sent with a stamp. It was from Chris & Wally, one of my favourite husband & husband duos. These two friends always reach out on […]

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What’s your name?

Originally published in December 2013 in Blog

Having an unusual name is like hitting the jackpot from a search engine standpoint. There are plenty of Alison Joneses in the world, and even more when you throw in the alternate spellings of Allison/Allyson/Alyson/Alisson. But Google suggests that I am the only Alison Garwood-Jones. I went to high school with an Alison Jones, a […]

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What’s your fortune?

Originally published in December 2013 in Blog

Donald Lau is the most published author in the English language. He doesn’t tap out novels or write newspaper articles. Nor is he a blogger. He writes cookie fortunes. Amazingly, Lau’s record still stands even after a decade of writer’s block brought on by the pressures of political correctness. (PC has done no favours for […]

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Ikea

Originally published in December 2013 in Blog

Oh, this can’t be good.

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