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Emma, my mother-in-law, passed away peacefully in her sleep, Sunday, Dec. 10. She was nearly 95 years old and had been residing in a long-term care home. The winter of her life has passed.

Rest in peace madre.

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BOOK: BARELY LEGAL by Stuart Woods - Co-authored books are usually poor reads as the more well-known author has likely passed the real writing of the story over to the subordinate writer. Tom Clancy has likely not actually authored his own stories for many years. … Continue reading
TV: BULL….it’s not - BULL It's a TV drama that's no Bull. BULL is a TV drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time. Brilliant, brash … Continue reading
TV: LETHAL WEAPON…diversion TV with humour and warmth - A cop show with humour, charm, and warmth. Watch an episode and get captured. This cop shop TV series is about a slightly unhinged former Navy SEAL landing a job as a police officer in Los Angeles where he's … Continue reading
From NAKINA...: Week #7 Feb 19 - Rotzy's pushing the snow to plow the pounds away. Oh the trials of winter in the northern climes. "From Nakina''...             Jim McKay.... ....first coined the phrase "The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat'' on ABC's Wide World … Continue reading
AGING: When is the time to stop driving? - How do we know when it’s time for someone to hang up the car keys? The day we are no longer to drive a vehicle will come for all of us. It is important to regularly assess our … Continue reading
Bk Club NEWSLETTER: Issue 2, 1, February 2018 - A bomb dropped on our meeting in February. Two lovely representatives from the Pickering Public library addressed our members detonating some very surprising news. Read what we were told and our reaction to the news below. GEORGE ASHE … Continue reading
STRATEGY: #8 – Be lazy with your memory, relax ! - The best thing you can do for your memory requires very little effort. Yet research supports that memory is improved when this is done. An effortless way to improve your memory A surprisingly potent technique can boost your … Continue reading
RICHARD's desk...: Ontario govt committed to older adults 55+ -  The Ontario government is committed to older adults, 55+. Read the details in their publication and watch the government ads on TV. Our government is actively involved in improving life for seniors. Dipika Damerla, Minister of Seniors Affairs … Continue reading
BRUNO's ramblings...: Valentine’s Day…a day for lovers and loved ones -   Snow on the rooftop doesn't mean no fire in the furnace! Bruno, the old romantic that he is, has got a bit of snow on top, and a lot of fire below !
ERMA's desk...: Valentines, purposed merchandise acquisition - Valentines, the first sign of purposeful merchandise acquisition following the Christmas/New Years Celebrations?   The color red awakens the emotion and we cannot escape the display windows that sends the strong message of “coming soon”! These displays are … Continue reading
BOOK: ORIGIN by Dan Brown -  Some people love him, some hate em. I suspect the haters come from the green camp of 'envy.' The latest opus from Dan Brown will have you grabbing for your iPad, smartphone or tablet repeatedly. Synopsis Robert Langdon, … Continue reading
From NAKINA...: Trials and tribulations of living in a northern town - Life in a small town offers difficulties and challenges to the residents daily, in northern ones even more so. Nakina suffers these same problems. Capitalism and free enterprise trump need and personal considerations every time. Family Day Supper … Continue reading
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