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© Anthony Gorman 2017

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Hands In The Garden

Season of Gratitude

As the month of Thanksgiving winds down, the turkey platters returned to the out-of-the-way shelf, and the last of the big meal’s leftovers disappeared from the refrigerator, it’s nice to take a moment to reflect. 214 more words

Lisa Tully

Dear Mom,

I’ve been thinking a lot about you, and our history and our future.

I go back to when I got all those college rejection letters and you didn’t talk to me for a month. 895 more words

Blessings Around Every Corner

Today was a gorgeous day with the colours of fall displayed brilliantly across the landscape of our beautiful Island on the east coast of Canada.  Such abundance that continued to present itself gloriously and magically throughout the entire day. 410 more words

Living my Dream

I am writing to you on my new magic keyboard, connected to my MacBook Pro (I destroyed my keyboard ages ago) on the floor of my bedroom in a shared Penthouse in Los Angeles, sipping tea and relaxing after working on a film set. 424 more words

#12 of 1001 Awesome Things: Last Episode of NatGeo's Cosmos

August 30, 2017

“Put the table inside or else I will no longer eat here”, I told my family last night after they replaced our round wooden dining table with a plastic rectangular foldable table. 800 more words


Independence Day, Indeed

Five years ago today I boarded a plane bound for Kigali.

I was in the middle of a divorce I didn’t quite see coming, and certain I had no idea of where I was going, other than to Africa — a place I had dreamed of visiting since I was a child. 527 more words