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Snowflakes and Ice Cream

  Nobody knows when it happened – but everyone knew that it had snowed during the night.  It’s an excellent example of the legal term ‘circumstantial evidence’ – although you didn’t see it actually snowing during the night – when you awoke and looked out the window – you accepted it as a ‘fact.’ But […]

My Holly Golightly & Audrey Hepburn: A Love Story

Dear Reader, Although I have been writing a blog (a journal of my stories) for several years, they haven’t always been with the same web-hosting company.  I have changed hosting companies several times but a few years ago, during the transition to the new site, I lost a blog that I had initially posted as […]

The Tush Man – Part 2 of 2

Note:  Please read Part 1 before reading this… The very next day I got a call from the Tush Man’s office advising me that my exorcism (colonoscopy) was scheduled for Thursday, July 16th.  They also gave me instructions on the medications that I needed to purchase and that I would have to fast – and […]

The Tush Man – Part 1 of 2

The earliest reference to the word ‘tush’ can be traced back to the earliest known traces of civilization – in the cave drawings found on the mountain side of Grouse Mountain, in North Vancouver, BC. Some historians have postulated that the original name of the mountain was Tush Mountain, and that it was changed when […]

A shiny, red Rolls Royce

  I haven’t written anything new for a couple of weeks and that’s because I’ve been busy getting ready for my cross-country tour of Canada.  But something weird happened recently that I just had to share with you. I was on the first leg of my daily walk along the promenade/beach in White Rock, when […]

Once in a Blue Moon

Originally published September 1, 2012 It’s not often that you learn something new every day, or at least that’s how it seems when you’re traveling through life in the fast lane.  And that’s because living in that fast lane becomes so complicated, that you don’t have time to think about anything but the priorities that you’ve programmed into the […]

Daniel St. Andrews

A Personal Journal of my Loves, Fears, Cancer and Tears