A mournful tune plays the harp with no strings …
While the off-key
Invisible woman sings
I am sure that Russian Grannies love their grand-children.
I am sure that Russian Grannies want peace too.
What’s that you say? More than one way to look at things, even in Russia?
And more than one Russia?
Wonder what Russian Grannies think of big business.
Where do you suppose a Rusian Granny goes to get away?
Hello Lady without fear
Hello Lady Blue Rose
Late in Summer
With love and care
Will bloom in Spring
Been so busy … Making noise …
missed wishing everyone Happy Acadia Day …
Getting ready for next year … Sharpening up my drumming skills … With a lille help from Michelle
Happy Belated Since I am a taxpayer and my taxes go to support my PM well I take the liberty to share part of the email I received from PM Steve’s office ““Your Honour Lieutenant Governor Nicholas, New Brunswick Premier Alward, Quebec representative Minister D’Amour, Maine Governor LePage, Mayor Simard, distinguished guests, Acadian friends. “As Prime Minister of Canada, I am greatly honoured to help open this meeting of the Acadian diaspora, bringing together representatives of Francophone communities from across our country. Continue reading
French? Nope, that is not the reason I write so poorly in English.
Although one of my great grandgathers was born in France, I prefer to think of myself as Irish Canadian
Acadian? Nope, not that either, although I have many dear Acadian inlaws, outlaws (well around here that is what we call some of our relatives whose politics we disagree with, don’t you know … Continue reading
Truth or fiction?