Six and the City, Series 1, Column 20, a of the summary (part 1) of the lessons learned during the six-month challenge to find true love. Originally published in the Red Deer LIFE newspaper on October 31, 2004.
Six and the City, Series 1, Column 5, tells of trials of finding love while in your 30s. Originally published in the Red Deer LIFE newspaper on April 4, 2004.
The was the first in a series of Bedtime Stories that accompanied every second Six and the City column. These real-life stories of local couples remind us love is possible for all of us.
A daughter’s discovery of her father’s wish to be a war photographer brings reflection on how the succeeding generations have dealt with a similar interest in cameras.
With scissors and glue five women cut and pasted images of men that best represented the qualities they were looking for into scribblers. These would be their guide posts over the next six months as they searched for the treasure of love.
Dating in your 60s is marked by spiritual growth. The challenge is being able to remove your focus from the future, or the passage of time, and focus on the present where you discover the joy of staying in the moment.
The publishing of a 2008 journal entry allows me to publicly pay my mother the respect I hadn’t paid her when she was alive.
An edgy 2006 ad campaign created to increase membership in Girl Guides Canada programs used mock ads and stickers to encourage young girls to question the messages behind the mass advertising targeting them.
Robert discovers that denying the existence of his sight challenge can have some unwanted consequences.
Columnist follows five women from different dating decades (20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s) as they attempt to find true love.