I am staying at a beautiful ranch in Mallorca, out in the countryside, so I have hired a driver to take me to the city for appointments, etc. He has an old convertible, which is fun. Although small, Palma is quite a sophisticated city because of the many yachts which come here for repairs from... Continue Reading →
UK AND THE NEXT STOP: MALLORCA!
I spent the last 10 days in the UK at my friend Simon's in London. Thank you Simon for even giving up your bedroom for me—and I always enjoy attending the Proms concert with you. I was also at my friend Jenny's in Bakewell; it is always lovely to see Jenny. We met in Cambridge,... Continue Reading →
THOUGHTS FROM A FRIEND!
These thoughts have come from my old friend Michael who is a retired Politics Science Professor in California. Abortion is Not Just About Privacy But Moderny Slavery! When a person’s freedom of choice is taken from them and they no longer are in control of their body without permission by the state, they become slaves. The courts understand “involuntary... Continue Reading →
THE YIN AND YANG OF TRAVELLING!
I am writing this from my friend Simon's home in London, where I am staying for a while. This trip has been an absolute roller coaster ride! It took 12 hours to reach Montreal from Toronto (one hour usually) because I took a wrong turn and ended up in security where some guard said that I was carrying... Continue Reading →
BARB, MY INSPIRATION!
In the late nineties, I bought a summer home in Harbour Grace, Newfoundland. When I first saw it, Allan, my late partner, took one look and said 'you are not going to buy this sh.. hole are you?' Well …I did! It took a year to restore it. It was a 150-year old Captain's home... Continue Reading →
Well, I arrived in Toronto two hours late, and at 1:00am there were no lines at the airport. Rochelle, who I call my daughter-in-law, was there to meet me—which was brilliant. When I got to Customs the officer said 'go ahead'. I said that, after spending two hours with my friend Brian in Mexico filling... Continue Reading →