Goodbye Gia

Well today Gia the Dog has left us to go to school. She is scheduled to be a seeing eye dog. Which was not what I put out to the universe‚Ķ but obviously the universe had a different plan. I do take great comfort in remembering meeting a visually challenged woman this past summer who 

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Time’s Up

So, my son comes to me the other day and says ‘With all of these allegations against high profile male figures in show business, how will I know what I can and can’t say to women?’ It can be a hard question to answer for a 16 year old boy (young man) but it did 

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Nurture, nature, or what?

We recently had to spend a Saturday driving to the ‘big city’ to buy my daughter pointe shoes for her ballet. It’s not that we couldn’t get them close to home but it can’t compare to ‘The Shoe Room’ which is operated by National Ballet of Canada. When I was growing up I always wanted 

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