Month: June 2014

The Masks We Wear – A Poem

I used to know someone who insisted we wore many masks in our lives. We wore one mask at work, a different one with friends, another with lovers, one more with parents. I imagined a closet filled with all sorts of different masks instead…

A Nebulous of Words – A Poem

I dream of you while I sleep. In the dream, you take my hand and hold it, letting your warmth slip up my arm and into my heart. Neither of us says anything because there are no words to describe what lies between us….

Lesson’s Learned and Turning the Page…

So, learned something today. A few days ago, I asked the cards “How do I move forward if my workshop isn’t a success?” At the time I only had one student who registered. By Friday, I still only had one student. Instead of running…

Recalculating Route – A Short Story

He plugged the address into the GPS. A few moments later, it spoke: “Calculating route.” It showed a blue line that carved a path on the small screen underneath his radio and CD player. It reminded Jasper of a snake, shining bright amongst a…

Me on TV!

Hey Everyone! I am beyond thrilled! At the end of May, I had the pleasure of appearing on TV in my first ever television appearance! I was interviewed on Rogers Daytime about my new book, Talking to the Sky, Multiple Sclerosis and my upcoming…

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