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Weekend Reflections- Graffiti

A super creepy(but well done!) graffiti face on a graffiti-covered building. Made even more creepy with its reflection in the window:

If I find out the artist, I will post a link.

Linking to Weekend Reflections here.


Manslaughter charge laid in beating death of Saskatoon father at Manitoba bowling alley

A charge against a Saskatoon man has been upgraded to manslaughter in connection with the beating death in Manitoba of a 25-year-old father from Saskatoon. 587 more words

Local News

The Prohibitionist

Lieutenant Colonel J. E. Hansford
203rd (Hard and Dry) Battalion

He has also on different occasions intimated that he does not want to return to Canada, and has given the impression that he would “stall” off his return as long as possible.

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Lhotse - Available for Adoption

Meet Lhotse… a very sweet, active girl searching for a forever family. Lhotse’s lineage is uncertain… terrier most likely, along with a jumble of genes that simply add up to a whole lot of cuteness. 92 more words


-4- I Got A Little Feeling Goin' Now

I play music, not just because it brings me joy, but because it makes me feel like I’m actually living. It’s like the moment in a conversation where the person you’re speaking to crosses over from acquaintance, to friend, as they reveal a part of who they are below the exterior. 517 more words

Creative Communications

Bridge of Lights: Building a Book

The last two posts to WalkClickMake have focussed on a small project I am working on, a walk down Winnipeg’s Arlington Street in Winnipeg and across the splendid landmark at its midpoint, the Arlington Bridge. 591 more words


Public speaking isn't acting...I promise.

Blog Challenge 4- Write anything…but make it good.

Throughout my life, I have always been terrified of public speaking. I go into a cold sweat, and start to shake. 398 more words