Added by Wafa Masri on November 1, 2013 at 4:43pm — No Comments
Image by Ngaio New Zealand 2010
Sometimes we look at a life
We see it, engage it, thrive
We hardly recognize it is
It cannot be complete
Still being shaped
Bending out from within
While others may think they see
Some realize they do not
Things which were once…Continue
This week the 1973 film American Graffiti was brought up in conversation and I decided to ask everyone where they were in the year of '62. Most of us on the Facebook board were still hitting the candy stores in those days but there are older 60's teenagers in our group and we wanted to know what Cowansville's very own Curt Henderson and Steve Bolander were up to.
Toritto, soon to be Eliza Doolittle with a cup O'joe - 1959
Toritto graduated from Lafayette High School in Brooklyn in June 1959. Lafayette was one of the…Continue
I picked up the winter 2010/2011 edition of Canadian Business today. The front cover touts the teaser of naming Canada's Top 100 wealthiest people and if you go to page 39 and start reading you'll meet them all. I noticed a theme as I read the article...a lack of women in this list. Now how is it possible to find lack and scarcity in the list for Canada's wealthiest people? Well it's possible if you are separating it into gender which I was doing.
Come on folks....seriously why is…Continue
Added by Janet Auty-Carlisle on December 8, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Have we become complacent? Are we caught up in our own little worlds? Do we no longer care about future generations.
When I was young we spoke out against Vietnam – a completely senseless war. Today we have Iraq. Obviously we didn’t learn anything – when we have wars mothers lose their children, women and men lose their spouses, and children lose their parents and men and women come back with mental scars for life.
Yes sometimes we need to defend ourselves – but…Continue
Added by Frank Moffatt on June 21, 2010 at 10:18pm — No Comments