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Once upon a time Lanark Village, Ontario was the place to go on weekends when you wanted to enjoy a lovely Sunday. Lanark is no different than the small town that you and I grew up in.
The village was first settled in 1820 by Scottish immigrants who named it after the town of Lanark in Scotland. It soon became a major hub for the lumber and textile industries, both of which used the Clyde River. It runs through the village,…
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Mary and Danny in fron of our little house in Coney Island circa 1957. The ghost in the door is me.…Continue
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Date: Sunday, May 29, 2011 at 2 p.m.
Place: Toronto Public Library - 1101 Bloor Street West (Dufferin Street West)
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But your boyfriend had a hip replacement, so he's limited on mobility. Or your girlfriend sometimes has a back pain flare-up, and that…Continue
I attended an all girls Catholic high school in Canada along with my good friend, Chrissie, who also blogs here. The boy's school was across the street and the year we entered this institution, the teachers finally removed the rope which divided the boys from the girls during assemblies.…Continue
The Princess and the Geek - May 1963 - At the Ft. Hamilton High School Prom.
Did you ever think about how you got to where you are?
Nonetheless, you gotta…Continue
A friend once told me that her biggest fear was if her husband found a double of anything. If he did, it would immediately lead to becoming yet another collection. I used to collect with the best of them. I collected dolls, worthless Bradford Exchange plates and Royal Doultons. But never in my life have I been affiliated with musical collectors in motion like I have in the past few years. It is not just collecting to them, it becomes a religion, a passion…Continue