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Ordinary Courage

Ordinary Courage

I just added a new link to a blog. As you can see, I don’t add a lot of blog links, so I really like this one. Gail Hyatt’s daughter Megan Miller wrote about BrenĂ© Brown a week or so ago. I’ve gone back and read that post and watched the video a few...

Time Flies

Wow, it’s hard to believe it’s been so long since I last posted here. I haven’t been doing blogging on most of my blogs for the last while. I’ve been busy, aren’t we all. The reality is, I just kept putting off posting. That’s not...

Praying to Get the Flag Up the Pole

When a Canadian soldier dies in Afghanistan, or any where else they are serving in the world, the Legion branch I belong to lowers their flag to half staff. The usual protocol for a period of mourning is 10 days or the day of the funeral, which ever comes first. On...

Canada’s Navy Turns 100; I Remember My Grandfather

On Tuesday of this week what used to be called the Royal Canadian Navy, now known as Maritime Command, turned 100 years old. I take note of this milestone for two reasons. The first reason I took note on Tuesday was I rose to the news that the first sailor to die in...