My Mom had a great line when I was a little boy and people called me “Crippled” or “Freak”. She reminded me; “Labels Are For Jars, Son” It’s almost funny to me, and I do mean the essence of irony. In 1981, my yet to be recognized “life path” took me from an FM Radio..
It was two words. “Inclusion Rider”! The words were spoken by Frances McDormand in her acceptance speech for Best Actress at the 90th Academy Awards Sunday night. Ms. McDormand won the Oscar for a riveting role in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”, a movie I just had a chance to see the other night. On..
It has been a while since I posted a new blog and I offer no excuse as you could probably care less, although I’d love to think you do! I have had a fascinating couple of weeks and here I go being Canadian again…sorry if this sounds like boasting. Darlene and I (The life and..
I sometimes struggle with this blog. If you have been following it for a while, you’d know that I went through a “Ranting Phase” and it was exactly that…a rant, which of course is never “positive”! The trouble is, of course, always being “positive” can appear to be contrived and an avoidance of the negativity..