Enjoying the challenge of the assignment….

The entrance to the town I live in. I am five days into this media tracking assignment, and it has been an eye opening experience. It has made me re-think what and how much media I consume on a daily basis, as well as my contribution to it. Even in my job running our used … Continue reading Enjoying the challenge of the assignment….

The year that was 2020…

Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com As 2020 winds down, I find myself contemplating the year that was. Several adjectives can be used to describe 2020, and not many of them are suitable for this blog. The year has been long, tiring, and trying, thanks to the trials brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic that … Continue reading The year that was 2020…

Content warning: My descent into PTSD. The first call that follows me…

*Names have been changed and details omitted for confidentiality* I’d been in Emergency Medical Services for around six or seven years when I responded to a call that changed the course of my life.  I was working in Consort, a small community in East Central Alberta, when we received a call for a two-vehicle motor … Continue reading Content warning: My descent into PTSD. The first call that follows me…

Why do we have to say goodbye?

Brenda's dogs, Taffy, Skor, and Rolo. Taffy and Rolo are coming home to join our furry family, and Skor has found a home as well. Yesterday was as upbeat a day as one can have while attending a funeral service. The funeral service was very beautifully done, and the message of the priest was very … Continue reading Why do we have to say goodbye?

Pictures

It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. We were invited to some family friends for supper this evening and Lynn and some friends took the opportunity to work on getting into Brenda's photo file in Google. Lynn, Kim, and the friends were successful in their endeavour, and we spent the … Continue reading Pictures