BEST WESTERN Maple Ridge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... my keys? I must go out and drive somewhere today."
She’d ask when she walked down the sidewalk toward her car.
“my niece took all my sweaters away.
Will you lend me one to wear today?’
Who were you Pearl?
We only knew you a few short years
Before the RCMP came and took you from our street.
You spend hours loving your yard into life,
Perhaps you once owned a landscaping firm.
... cook the best turkey in town
The family all said it was good
But Lodge fare makes me frown
It consists of more pills than food.
The gent down the hall is very sure
I am his own dear wife
So down to his room he tries to lure
Me, morning, noon and night!
It's so hard to have a decent conversation
While on the swing or ...
... in motion a desire to one
day fly a plane myself. The intervening years brought time for education,
marriage, career and raising children, but not for pursuing this dream.
When my co-worker
Drew had returned from the Labour Day long weekend in 2007, I had asked him, as
I had everyone, what he did for the long weekend.
“I went soaring
down at Cowley,” he replied, and just as casually added, “I am a pilot.”
... spread across the horizon
Cycling up and down highway 40 before tourist season opens
Shivering and blue with cold in the sun after swimming in the icy cold lake in BC
A place of hiking along cut lines, checking wire along fence lines, coming to a screeching halt at correction lines
My west is the wind singing through the telephone lines along miles and miles of country roads, which bisect the land into patchwork squares
Through the wardrobe
into Narnia, Red Deer
Saturday June 23, 2012 was a day I will not soon forget. It
was the day I left my ID, cell phone,
money and car and house keys at home and walked into the world of
homelessness. I felt as though I walked through the wardrobe C.S. Lewis wrote
about in the Chronicles of Narnia into another world that existed right in my
city but I had never been a part of before.
As a volunteer with Loaves and Fishes, I ...