“Some hats can only be worn if you’re willing to be jaunty, to set them at an angle and to walk beneath them with a spring in your stride as if you’re only a step away from dancing. They demand a lot of you.” Neil Gaiman January 15th is National Hat Day, an unofficial holidayContinue reading “Celebrating Hat Day on A Snow Day”
The Vancouver winter storm was to be over in an afternoon. And yet, here I am in the late evening looking out my window onto a street full of snow, with more coming overnight. It is a lovely sight, especially from my warm perch with a cup of tea close by. Tomorrow, everyone (including me)Continue reading “Sunday Evening Reflection: Klapa Music in Croatia”
We received the City of Vancouver’s notice a few weeks ago in the mail. There would be lane closure on West 1st Avenue to support a public event to be held between February 18 – March 3, 2019. ELA was coming to our city. This past week, Vancouver hosted a free Autonomous Shuttle Demonstration. ELA,Continue reading “The Future is Now”
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