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Heroes are Human – Hope and Help for First Responders

I’m a paramedic with Eastern Health. For almost 9 years, I’ve worked everywhere from rural Newfoundland and Labrador to the oil field to metro St. John’s. 999 more words


Authoring nonsense

Seriously, though, you guys would not believe how much I want to put glasses on the civilian version of my character Arven and make her into a teacher. 319 more words

Everyday Heroes: A Story of Self-Sacrifice & Bubonic Plague

On 1 November 1666, a young farmer named Abraham Morten took one final, agonizing breath. He was the last of 260 people to die of bubonic plague in the remote village of Eyam in Derbyshire. 619 more words


The Brier Baby: A Father Strikes Gold

March and April of 2017 were busy months for Mark Nichols. Busy and productive. The longtime curler, a member of Team Gushue, was tied up with a couple of ‘little events’ known as the Canadian Men’s Brier and the World Men’s Curling Championship. 1,115 more words

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Everyday Hero Spotlight - Introduction 

When I started this blog I didn’t really know what I wanted it to be. Honestly, still don’t. As time has gone on, I have taken note of a few ideas of topics I’d like to address and creative risks/experiments along the way I’d like to try. 248 more words