Ten years ago, I would have been surprised at the news that there are applications for wind farms in
If oil companies believe there is oil under the lake, you’ll see derricks out there too.
Western society has bought into globalization and the
A big percentage of North Americans have none of the above, but it’s the big dream and it has been bought by the rest of the world.
That’s why people from the
And so, as more and more people arrive in
Are you really surprised that the American dream comes before the environment?
And remember, the ultra rich who benefit from Globalization and control government, will always have their private little piece of paradise.
Now isn’t that a cheerful little diatribe for a lovely Sunday morning.
It has been 30 years since we last had a baby in the house so it has been quite a shock to be caring for a 16 month old for the month of August (until the 21st).
The regular smell of dirty diapers is not one that I wanted to re-experience, but one I’ve become accustomed to.
Trying not to trip over toys and whatever else my young granddaughter decides to pitch on the floor has been good for my dexterity and flexibility.
And picking up 25 pounds 20 or 30 times a day has no doubt strengthened my upper body.
I’d forgotten also what messy eaters babies are – if Annie’s not hungry or doesn’t like the menu, the dish goes flying.
And once she goes home to
Our social life has pretty well disappeared during August – we go to bed early to make sure we’re ready for another day of entertainment.
Worst of all, we’ve grown so accustomed to that big, beautiful smile and winning personality, that we’re going to miss having her around the house.
It’s hard to believe that the winter before last Garrett Meurs of Ripley was playing Triple A and high school hockey.
Now he’s a member of the Canadian Under 18 team that won the Ivan Hlinka hockey tournament last week in the
Dana, who was the staff advisor for the KDSS team when Meurs played, says you could tell he loves the game. Although he likely had the farthest distance to travel, he was always at practice. The KDSS coaches, Doug Kennedy and Josh Howald, knew Meurs had talent. I wonder if they believed he would go so far so fast.
Good for Garrett and may his skills continue to improve this season with the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL.