When speaking with friends and radio fans over the decades, a very common denominator is the universal “I love that song” moment. “It reminds me of..... (insert here). Well, I’m listening to the July 4th Edition of American Top 40 with Casey Kasem from 1970 and guess what? “I love that song” Moment!!!! It’s incredible … Continue reading Why 1970 was the greatest year of my life.
We lived in Nova Scotia for 2 and a half years. It was life changing. In many communities, even passing people on the street means eyes down and feet moving. In Nova Scotia, standing in line for Tim’s or entering an elevator meant you’d soon know a great deal more about the person next to … Continue reading Fare thee well love
Feeling afraid and anxious are normal emotions, especially now. We’re officially a global village.
Then he pulled out a note and handed it to Dawn and said, "look what I found inside the chair". It was a note from Dawn's Grandma Anderson. It was dated October 1984. It provided providence about the chair's history. It went back to at least 1934 when they purchased it.
After 6 weeks of sleeping better, I have some free advice so it’s worth every penny.
I could while away the hoursConferrin' with the flowersConsultin' with the rainAnd my head I'd be scratchin'While my thoughts were busy hatchin'If I only had a brain Incivility in Canada? Say it ain't so? It's been a damaging few weeks in our Nation. The Federal Election rhetoric was brutal. Social Media in particular, but all … Continue reading If I Only Had A Brain – aka Endorphins versus Cortisol
I now really like Autumn. And sharing some thoughts on the season.
My retirement from Rogers Media was announced this week. By year’s end, I will be spending much more time in weekend mode. At least for a period. Although I’ve known I was going to do this for a while, it really doesn’t sink in until you see the memo. SVP of Rogers Radio, Julie Adam, … Continue reading Change in store for 2020
I had an epiphany last week about my Dad in the unlikeliest of places.
Worth a repost today. Happy International Women’s Day.
By Danny Kingsbury
Those lyrics are iconic and everyone knows the next line……..I am woman. Helen Ready’s Liberation Anthem was actually in my opinion a powerful piece of writing.
I am woman, hear me roar
In numbers too big to ignore
And I know too much to go back an’ pretend
‘Cause I’ve heard it all before
And I’ve been down there on the floor
No one’s ever gonna keep me down again
Oh yes, I am wise
But it’s wisdom born of pain
Yes, I’ve paid the price
But look how much I gained
If I have to, I can do anything
I am strong
I am invincible
I am woman
International Women’s Day has come and gone. It was interesting to watch and read social media, editorials and news reports this week. I was really happy to see unanimous support from everyone. I shouldn’t be surprised…
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