Monthly Archives: June 2018

Me and Mortimer, “My Wife is now My Boss” Chapter Four

Do you remember, last week me tellin’ you all about my sunburn that I got from going to the beach with my wife’s sister’s kids? Well, after ol’ Mort left in a huff ‘cause I didn’t tell him right away … Continue reading

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Amazing Intelligence in Animals—Rats.

“Rats survived so well because they were rats. They knew when to keep quiet and they knew when to squeal.” —Danielle Bennett Society loathes the rat! Like its close counterpart for being loathed—or feared– is the wolf who, even in … Continue reading

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A Sunday Chat with Myself—”Stay in School!”

“If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, you don’t understand it yourself.”  –Albert Einstein -o0o- (I like the above quote by Einstein. I hope I know my topic well enough so that not only six-year-olds, but also my other, mature … Continue reading

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Me and Mortimer “Beaches and Sunburn,” Chapter Three

Last time I talked to you I told you about how I tried to help my daughter with her English assignment. Well, turns out, her mother had secretly helped her on studyin’ up on our Eskimos—Inuit, she insisted on callin’ … Continue reading

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Amazing Intelligence in Animals—Mule Deer

Last winter (2018) was a ‘heavy snow’ winter for us here in Southern Alberta. For humans, it wasn’t that much of an inconvenience, other than the almost daily clearing of the snow off our cars and driveways, but for our … Continue reading

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A Sunday Chat with Myself—Responsible Health

Parts of this story were included in an article on this topic that I wrote for our town newspaper on 24 May, 2018. -o0o- In Canada we enjoy a healthcare system that guarantees free health and sickness care for every … Continue reading

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Me and Mortimer. “Death in the Saddle,” Chapter Two.

If you’re like me and got kids, you know that proper schoolin’ takes up a good part of their lives. I got a teenage daughter who’s just graduated into high school and she sez she wants to major in journalism … Continue reading

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