Footsteps to Remember

A few years ago, some friends and I walked around Burnaby Lake and came across a gaggle of geese. I’m not sure who told me that a group or flock of geese is called a gaggle, but it was probably my gal pal, Agnes.  She’s one of the smartest people I know – and I… Continue reading Footsteps to Remember

Building an Inukshuk

Inukshuk in Vancouver

The first time that I saw an Inukshuk was in 1988 on the island of Maui. It was my first and only time in Hawaii, and I had rented a vehicle for the three-week vacation.  If you’ve ever been to Maui, you’re probably wondering why I rented a car on such a small island? Let… Continue reading Building an Inukshuk

On the Nickel

The mystical Nickel (5 Cents) CANADA 1962 - I found on the Promenade in White Rock, BC

A few weeks ago, I found a nickel during my morning walk at the Promenade, in White Rock. However, I didn’t realize the significance of that five-cent coin, until today. That nickel awakened a quiet voice from within – which had been silent for many months. It’s not that I’ve been sulking or feeling sorry… Continue reading On the Nickel