Springtime notes

At the end of April as the first yellow narcissus buds appear, physical distancing and the slower pace of the new normal has begun to settle in. As I sat drinking peach-ginger tea at the edge of the field an arrow shaped cloud floated by. I noticed the red branch …

Pandemic pondering

Ontario’s COVID-19 model projections were sobering. The most surprising thing to me wasn’t that Ontarians have already managed to avert a staggering number of needless deaths through physical distancing and conscientious hand washing, nor that we must continue these measures to ensure that we and others don’t become ill and …

Eat Your Art Out – a sensory extravaganza

Just imagine receiving dried seedhead gifts from woodland creatures, a nod or nuzzle from a unicorn, or a gracious greeting from a Snow Queen and you might awaken to why winter never tasted so good as on February 24 at Eat Your Art Out Mid-Winter Feast at the Lions Hall …