Fishing boats, sail boats, speed boats…
They all just float along the world’s tears,
so gracefully, peacefully.
Waves splash them,
as they make a little foam trail… 39 more words
Is it fair to decide an election by coin toss? That’s the question many Canadians are asking following the outcome of a recent recount after the provincial election in Prince Edward Island. 920 more words
It started on Christmas Eve.
My father landed in the hospital, my mother was distraught and we were trying to make something out of nothing. 350 more words
For the past 20 year’s Valerie Desroche of O’Leary, married with 3 children and 8 grandchildren has volunteered for hospice and routinely visits seniors, many of whom spend a great deal of time alone and isolated with no longer the physical ability to safely get out and socialize with others. 688 more words
As a photographer I often hide behind my camera, living a life through a lens you could say. So last summer when I went on my very first trip to Price Edward Island I did something relatively out of character for me; I left my camera in it’s bag. 277 more words