We don’t realize what the pandemic has taken away from us until we go out in public and remember what it’s like to be amongst people again.
The other day I was digging in the garden, turning over the cover crop in the raised beds and burying it under a layer of … Read more
Lately I’ve been having trouble writing. Maybe I can find my way back by writing about my father, whom I lost in July.
In the mid-1980s, a British-born Canadian, Chris Czajkowski, built a cabin on a small part of the wilderness homestead of Jack and Trudy Turner, who … Read more
Gardening is a great combination of therapy and tactile results, especially when you get to eat the garden’s bounty.
Women are instrumental in Canada’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The days slide by without change during the pandemic. But everything has changed – which is especially obvious when you leave the house.
This is my attempt to report on the everyday life of an everyday person during the COVID19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic reminds me of post-apocalyptic literature. We’ve been here before – in fiction.