Only in India; Enjoy!
Living in India for 2 months is lovely, frustrating, lots to learn, many layers to the culture, never boring, and as this is visit 22 or 23 since 1990, there must be something here for me. Actually I think of India as one of my homes. I am getting into a rhythm working on book... Continue Reading →
I had wonderful time in Cambridge, catching up with friends, getting ready for 2 months in India, buying necessary items I can’t find in the mountains and of course sorting out luggage with a very patient Paul. There is a big luggage issue with Emirates airlines, they changed their baggage allowance to less, and I didn’t notice when I... Continue Reading →
I received this review of my memoir that was written a few years ago from my dear friend Gordon Mcivor. Apparently, he was on flight from LA to Toronto, so he read in one sitting. I must admit I became quite emotional when I was reading it. This book is about overcoming adversity and finding the silver... Continue Reading →
My cast is off my hand! I will have a couple of sessions of hand therapy, so, I am on the mend. I am very happy that this episode in my life is nearly over. My intention was I may try and settle down in 2019, but I don’t see that happening. On January 30th, I leave for... Continue Reading →
Well, I arrived at Bournemouth hospital in the UK very apprehensive about my upcoming hand surgery. The last time I had any type of surgery was in Toronto 35 years ago. I have something that is called Dupuytrens Release. My little finger on my right hand has been very crooked for 3 years. I couldn't... Continue Reading →
Back in Dorset, my surgery is booked for December 18th. I am a little nervous about this, I just don’t know what to expect! My trip to Barcelona was fun. I stayed with the BK's in their beautiful 17th century home in the centre of town. I held a book interview with Sister Marta. A very solid and committed young woman. I... Continue Reading →