Category Archives: Thoughts

Some Thoughts on Marjory Stoneman Douglas

On this Wednesday morning, I should have been elsewhere. On Hornby Island attending an all-day meeting. But I was captured by fear of a possible snow storm (it may still happen) and I went ahead and cancelled the meeting. Cowardly of me, I suppose. In any case, I have spent the morning listening to the […]

Some Incredibly Interesting End of the Year 2017 Thoughts…

It is approaching mid-December. I am running out of time to capture a few elusive thoughts for 2017. I recently drafted my first Christmas (Yes, I still call it Christmas) missive. Actually, I totally, unimaginatively, called it my Festivus Letter. But, truthfully, I am still held captive by the concept of Christmas. God knows why! […]

Split Second is the BOMB…

It’s Sunday morning, November 5th,2017. I’m moving slowly. There is a carpet of snow on the ground. Trump has begun his tour of Asia. Yesterday, he said this at the America air base at Yokota in Japan. “No nation should ever underestimate American resolve. Every once a while in the past they underestimated us. It […]

Bathing for Old People or Soaking the Rich at Air Canada or Bath Faults and Ethical Wounds

This essay was written a couple of years ago. Part Humor; part deadly concern. Recently, the Seniors Advocate of BC, Isobel MacKenzie, expressed concern about the frequency of baths available to seniors in care homes. It may be an issue, a dirty little secret, whose time has come. Here is my take: BATHING FOR OLD […]