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Farewell Mr. & Mrs. Smith

(Click play to enjoy a musical tribute to this lovely couple as you read the blog post.)


I don’t plan on blogging about funerals often, but these two people were very close and dear to my heart, and have a touching story. 241 more words


I Like Fancy Pumpkins!

I like pumpkins. Especially the fancy kind!

When I was younger, I would try to hog a homemade, pumpkin pie all to myself at Thanksgiving. Since then, my love for pumpkin has overflowed into coffee, whiskey, cupcakes, and beer flavours. 37 more words


Scottish Country Wedding

A barn, bagpipes, and Six Nations of the Grand River. What do they all have in common? A wedding of course!

On Saturday, I had a great time piping for a country-themed, hipster-style, subtly Scottish wedding at the “The Barn” in Oshweken, a venue that makes you feel like you’re in a barn, minus the flies and “fresh country air” (if you know what I mean). 161 more words


Piper's Pick -- Enviro Digital Printing

This week, I’d like to recognize the husband and wife team of Zafar and Laila Ismaili at Enviro Digital Printing in Uptown Waterloo for a quick turn around on my great looking new business cards. 74 more words


"Then they took Jonah and threw him overboard, and the raging sea grew calm."*

I spent a good deal of my weekend thinking about what I had been doing last weekend, but you know how that goes. Luckily we had a semi-surprise visit from our niece Ellen who was driving down to Houston from Detroit. 285 more words

Homecoming at the University of Western Ontario

This past Saturday, I had a great time piping for Homecoming at the University of Western Ontario – #westernhoco as it’s affectionately called.

My duty for the day was to lead the crowd, who had just finished watching country singer Gord Bamford perform, through campus to the TD Football Stadium so they could watch the Western Mustangs take on the Toronto Varsity Blues. 156 more words


To be or not to be - Scotland

Scotland has a mixed culture of medieval and modern. From Bronze age through the Celtic civilization it provide rich culture from the famous people. Celtic civilization people normally found at England, Scotland, France, Spain & Portugal. 364 more words