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When we think of gratitude, many of us think of it as simply ‘being thankful’. Thankful to someone for what they have done for us. But gratitude is so much more complex than that. 2,504 more words


#20 of 52: The Diving-Bell & The Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby

The Diving-Bell & The Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby is the true story of a man paralyzed into “locked-in-syndrome” after having suffered a massive stroke. I wanted to say that it is an autobiography but more accurately, it is a telling of what happened to him that unlucky December 8, 1995, in the outskirts of Paris and life after the tragic event. 720 more words

Book Reviews


My children have come home for their vacation. This is the one month , I really look forward to , the month when the house becomes a home . 143 more words


April 2017 in Films

Here we are again! April mostly consisted of continuing my binge rewatch of Frasier – and I finally finished! Yes, 11 seasons, 263 episode – watched! 722 more words

Agnès Varda

Science Fiction Round 71: Lock In

John Scalzi’s Lock In is a pleasant afternoon read about a near-future FBI investigation.

I found myself anticipating many of the twists, but it was a fun read nonetheless. 730 more words

Clement's Game

Advance Care Plan, Human Rights & I want what I want

Most of us take our human rights for granted – that is, those who I imagine might read this; where and how to live, who to love and so on. 835 more words