How does one describe oneself, anyway? I am a proud (and recently retired) Canadian living on Vancouver Island who … loves my family, enjoys my friends, is proud of my career, golfs often but inconsistently, plays Pickleball, appreciates music, believes in the power of writing, abhors text speak, hates shoveling snow, loves the rain (as long as it doesn’t interfere with my golf), dabbles in photography, loves the Vancouver Canucks, tolerates the BC Lions, savours my wife’s noodle casserole, fancies cooking, welcomes diversity, delights in humour, plays practical jokes, thinks before acting (usually), believes in honesty, plans family dinners, dresses neatly, exercises infrequently, walks often, hikes sometimes, spends too much time at the computer, talks too much, incessantly writes lists, and finally plans on adding to his new posts often.
Beginning long ago as a result of inspiration, this blog was recently re-activated (again!) and has developed into a way to communicate to family and friends of some recent family health issues and resultant life changes. It is a therapeutic way for me to share with others … family, friends, and those who just happen to click into my blog … a little about myself and some things about my family. It’s my way of communicating to the rest of the world and relieving life’s stresses.
As a personal blog, I reserve the right to approve comments before they are published on this site. I will not alter the comment’s content in any way, but I will remove the commenter’s e-mail address. If you want to communicate with me outside of this blog, I have included my e-mail address as above.