Tag Archives: passion

It Just Was

Greetings my gentle readers to this weeks installment of the “Be Yourself, Often” blog. That time that we can snuggle down with a form of comfort and reflect in the recesses of our mind the events that transpired over the week. There is chance to step back in a simplistic …

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The driving passion

This weekend saw the loss of another young driver in a race. This time it was Dan Wheldon, an Indy car driver who was invovled in a 15 car firey pile up and did not survive his injuries. He is survived by his wife and two small children. Wheldon died …

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Finish what you started

Here at the St. Thomas Blog, we spend hours searching through the internet to find content as well as potential contributors. A simple search such as ‘St. Thomas Ontario Blog‘ will find thousands of websites, only the majority of them have not had anything written for over a year. There …

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Getting older

As I get older I feel my age and yet I am still young. As I get older I am firm in my beliefs and yet I am more accepting. As I get older I understand more and yet I keep asking questions. As I get older I know what …

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Last week at the market

Submitted by Peter Atkinson I had a different experience at the market last week. Normally, I breeze in, say “Hi” to a couple of folks and breeze back out again with my shopping done. Total elapsed time: 15 minutes. But last week, I took the time have a seat, look …

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Pictures of the days………

Are you a budding photographer? Do you like to take snap shots around St. Thomas? Is your wife into photography? Know what I mean, know what I mean? If so, and you wish to share you passion/love/talent/memories of St. Thomas with the whole wide world, or at least those who …

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Happy Father’s Day at the Market…

We had a muggy, hot day last saturday. Our indoor ventilation system was working at full steam (sadly, it is not air conditioning like some thought); we did feel the occasional cool breeze through the building but everyone had to stand still, only to i...

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Book Review – Lie Down With Lions – Ken Follett

From the Publisher Ellis, the American. Jean-Pierre, the Frenchman. They were two men on opposite sides of the cold war, with a woman torn between them. Together, they formed a triangle of passion and deception, racing from terrorist bombs in Paris to the violence and intrigue of Afghanistan – to …

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