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Blog V - Visiting Viking, Vulcan and Vermillion
Posted On 03/29/2017 23:13:57 by yourchoice
There are three towns in Alberta, and two of them have become known worldwide for different reasons. Neither of them are near where we live, but we've visited both. Let me tell you about them.Viking is a town in central Alberta, near the Alberta/Saskatchewan border. Anyone who is a hockey fan will have heard of the Sutter Family, one of the most famour families in the National Hockey League. Six brother reached the NHL as players, and several eventually went on to coach in the NHL. Brent and Dar... Read More



My Stories
Posted On 03/29/2017 09:48:10 by Altara3
As I've mentioned before, I'm trying to 'weed through' things I've collected over the years. Well, this week, it's a box of 'my writing'. 
Back when I was writing daily, I usually wrote 20-30 pages per day.  I had started out with a manual typewriter, then graduated to a used IBM electric typewriter.  This was in the 1970's. And yes, it had the 'type ball'--which was interesting to watch.

My husband worked on business machines, so once I even had a Friden Flexowriter t... Read More



The Story Of The Wooden Bowl
Posted On 03/28/2017 16:21:24 by Harmony
The Story Of The Wooden Bowl (Author Unknown)
(Just to clarify - I didn't write this out. I've been sent this story many times in email, and have seen it elsewhere on the Internet. Many different blogs and websites have this story posted. Some add extra thoughts to the end. It's just inspirational and encouraging and thought-provoking...

"The Story Of The Wooden Bowl" 
Author Unknown 

A frail old man went to live with his son, daughter-in-law, and four-year-old gran... Read More



Moving Forward
Posted On 03/28/2017 15:22:45 by Harmony
Moving forward is a process in life that many people loathe because moving forward is a time that requires one to make changes. Being able to move forward in life is a true test of a person's maturity level, and a true test of the confidence that they have within themselves. In order to succeed in the accomplishment of the dreams and goals that we have in our hearts we must be able to not only look forward, but also have the capacity to move forward as well. We must resist looking back, and tryi... Read More



Friends forever
Posted On 03/25/2017 01:32:29 by Rocci56
Friends forever
With all my heartI never thought that so many wantit now strange to tell me my tears.
I never thoughtthat this friendship was so muchBut now I know, dear loyal friends.
It is that we have different ways of thinkingBut we have something in common,we wantand we do not care others.
As the time goes byWe will all ripenBut this friendship will be retainedas in the vast sea.
My love for youis as big as the universestrong as ironBut so tenderin the clouds and the sky.
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