Winnipeg Free Press


“A rhythmically impaired daughter’s musical miracle.”  Lived Lives, December 4, 2023

“Magical memories of a just-in-case man.”  Lived Lives, November 6, 2023

“Passing on proclivity for picking in the lakeside hills.”  Lived Lives, October 2, 2023

“If only Barbie film captured complexity of women’s lives.”  Lived Lives, September 5, 2023

“It’s all about the time between generations.”  Lived Lives, August 8, 2023

“Confronting the impacts of academic marginalization.”  Lived Lives, July 3, 2023

“Experiencing the mother of all reality checks.”  Lived Lives, June 5, 2023

“Bonding over books traces stories of our own lives.”  Lived Lives, May 8, 2023

“Bride’s nuptial mutiny on a sea of green, yellow chiffon.”  Lived Lives, April 6, 2023

“Considering Pink Vista without rose-coloured glasses.”  Lived Lives, March 3, 2023

“Travelling more difficult with emotional baggage.”  Lived Lives, February 3, 2023

“Feeding the birds proves hope is the thing with feathers.”  January 3, 2023

“Memories of country store tied to idyllic sandy summers.”  December 8, 2022

“Memory may be mutable, but insights last a lifetime.”  November 7, 2022

“Forest adventure with grandson teaches value of caution.”  October 5, 2022

“Minding wise and wild granddaughter and the chance to learn.”  September 9, 2022

“Five years of widowhood a chance to reflect on the difficult path to now—and the task of carrying on.”  August 15, 2022

“A house’s rooms, its family heirlooms have stories to tell.”  July 26, 2022

“Tending a garden an extended conversation with nature.”  June 7, 2022

“Seeking a peace accord in one’s body’s war against itself.”  May 5, 2022

“Permanent markers of a lifelong war on hair.”  April 7, 2022

“Fall a harsh reminder we’re traversing a slippery slope.”  March 9, 2022

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