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H - Howdy, Horses, and Hats
Posted On 08/31/2017 04:53:03 by yourchoice
A hearty ‘Howdy’ and a firm handshake is a familiar greeting in our area.. it’s cowboy country! But it is not limited to the rural area, but in the city as well. The western flavor of the city of Calgary is beginning to fade, being replaced by huge skyscrapers and big business. That is, until the annual first week in July. For 10 days, the world famous Calgary Exhibition and Stampede has a grip on the city. The kick-off to the event is the Stampede Parade through downtown. The streets are... Read More



L - Library
Posted On 08/29/2017 18:34:55 by Altara3
The public Library has always been one of my favorite places to visit.  I think that started when I was in seventh grade (about age 11 or 12). I can't remember if my school had a library.  It probably did.   But mainly, I remember visiting the public library, which was fairly close to our junior high school. I think the first time I visited it was to gather information for a 'term paper' I had to write for Social Studies class.  Or maybe it was just to find more or different... Read More



C - Canasta
Posted On 08/28/2017 19:04:59 by chillipepper
C – ‘Canasta’ the card game– Every two weeks on a Friday afternoon, a group of women get together at our local Parish Hall, to play the game of Canasta….It’s a fun afternoon.. We have approximately 14 – 16 players. The attendance varies from one fortnight to the next, depending if people have appointments or other commitments that day.   Over the years we have had an occasional man come along and join in but mostly it’s the women who attend.  We do not play ‘seri... Read More



K - Kittens
Posted On 08/27/2017 11:31:48 by Altara3

I'm sure you all know how much I love cats and kittens, since I often put cats on my page as well as making 'cat graphics'. Our very first cat, Baby, was only 8 weeks old when we got her--from a neighbor.  This isn't Baby, but it's almost exactly what she looked like--the white under the chin  was the only white on her. Baby lived to be 21 yrs old. She grew up with our kids.

Later, we decided we didn't want to start 'from scratch' with a kitten;  but when we went to t... Read More



THANKYOU LORD
Posted On 08/27/2017 05:26:31 by ASHESAM50
I'M HERE TRYING TO WRITE AND I JUST WANT TO CRY BUT ITS HARD. I CAN CRY EASILY AT A SAD SONG, A SAD MOVIE, ANYTHING SAD, FRIENDS AND RELATIVES HURTING, EVEN STRANGERS BUT SINCE I WAS A CHILD I ALWAYS HAD A HARD TIME CRYING OVER MY PAIN NO MATTER HOW BAD IT WAS OR IS. THE PAST COUPLE YEARS, THAT SEEMS TO BE CHANGING AT TIMES AND IT SEEMS UNREAL.

I'M VERY EMOTIONAL BECAUSE I'M REMEMBERING ALL I WENT THRU 2 SUNDAYS AGO. I STILL HAVE TESTS TO DO BUT THE DOCTORS SAY THEY CANT UNDERSTAND ME BEC... Read More



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