Family, Identity

Living to Sixty- Big Deal?

January 19, 2018

Living to 60 is not that surprising for most Can-American white cismales of (sometimes) middle-income. I made decisions in my youth that continue to impact my life. As I think ahead to this summer, and […]

Family, Identity

More TBT Kaleidoscope Pieces

January 14, 2018

Spinning pain into joy Continuing my series of Teddy Bear Tears Kaleidoscopes – “deceptively bright expressions of pain and anger over repressed childhood trauma.” I don’t know if my resistance to a palette of only/mostly […]

Family, Identity

The Fluidity of Time

January 10, 2018

A guest post by my niece Kayla. Started as a short post to celebrate a milestone, this post contains insights and wisdom on time, recovery, and ambiguity. Here is how this blog post came to […]

Family, Identity

Teddy Bear Tears

November 12, 2017

This post is part of a series on memory, repression, and freedom; as a follow-up to my ongoing therapy series. After a long break, I’m about to present two memories that ‘do not compute’- as […]

Family, Identity

My Dad

September 12, 2017

Dad passed away a year ago; just before midnight (local time) Monday September 12, 2016, in Owen Sound, Ontario. He was surrounded by family and passed peacefully at the age of 89. He is survived […]

Family, Identity

Silence=Death; Shady Memories

August 5, 2017

Last year I blogged about marking my 20th birthday (07/25/78) in Colonial Williamsburg However the circumstantial photographic evidence says otherwise. While not always as organized as I could be, photography is one area of focus […]