Yesterday, while walking in Stanley Park, near Second Beach, we witnessed a cyclist get hit by a speeding motorist. I was the first to get to the victim, a forty-four-year-old man who thankfully was wearing a safety helmet. The back of his helmet was damaged when his head hit the pavement. If he had not… Continue reading A Crappy POETS
The title of today’s blog may seem confusing, but it’s a saying that’s been around for many years. I first learned about the saying a couple of years ago, but I can’t remember the who, where, what, when or why. But the source of the saying isn’t important – it just happens to be what… Continue reading Is You Is or Is You Ain’t?
Originally published October 19, 2012 My morning drive to work (volunteering at the Fraser Valley Cancer Center in Surrey) began like many other commutes I had taken over the past year. I was treated at the center in 2009, as a stage three cancer patient. Suddenly, things started to get weird when I heard a… Continue reading Pinch me – please!
Originally published August 16, 2012 The third anniversary of my first cancer treatment (August 18, 2009) was approaching and I wanted to write something about my experience – so that others might gain an understanding of this terrible disease. At first, I didn’t know exactly what I would write – there was so much to… Continue reading Cancer: My Third Anniversary – Part 1 of 4