What I Learned About The Stigma Of My Stigma

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The timestamp on this post is February 13, 2015, 10am Pacific Time. Lucky, ‘Friday the 13th’. Perhaps it is. At this precise moment in time, I’m ‘under the knife’. I’m hoping it’s a rust-proof knife, because the last thing I need now is tetanus. I’m also trusting the doctor is old and wise enough to […]

In 2015, Will I …

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In 2015, Will I … Publish the next book? Grow as a father to ‘let some things go‘? Become less intense? (finally) Run >10km in one go again? Cycle >5000km? Celebrate 20 years of marriage (on July 1) in style? Overachieve on the expectations of TELUS Transformation Office? Receive >50,000 views at Forbes? Write >50 […]

We May Not Always

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We may not always be near one another, but I think about you often. We may not always agree, but I always respect your opinion. We may not always want the same things, but I love your creativity. We may not always be equal, but I look up to you in awe. We may not always enjoy […]

O Canada My Canada

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O Canada My Canada   The wind blew my kind ashore, but the native maples were here long before. We are the settlers of settlements, the villagers of villages. That is what we are. Canada … a village of settlements; a nation. Lower and Upper. West and East. North and South. French and English. Indigenous […]

The Tree Hugger

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Life can be like an oak tree, with its bountiful or at times sparse acorn crops. Some animals will survive on an oak’s annual output … or, due to a dearth of acorns, they may not survive at all. But each year, the oak tree is there, full of memories from previous harvests, standing tall, […]