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Christmas 2022

Once again I am attempting the double duty of a Christmas letter and blog. This year I made the mistake of working in Word first so transfer is presenting challenges. It was a busy year in retrospect as I reviewed my calendar and journal notes. Last names are deleted for privacy sake. Dear family and … Continue reading “Christmas 2022”

25 Years of Ambiguous Loss

Five months already since my last posting. Quick update on the pending manuscript: Second edit was received back April 4 with many developmental suggestions, frustrating that feedback had taken so long. However, we accepted the challenge and agreed to resubmit for July 1, the earliest possible date.  That meant three more months of intense and … Continue reading “25 Years of Ambiguous Loss”

2022 so far

Hello everyone and belated Happy New Year,  The first two months of 2022 have gone so quickly. January was a big push for Andrea and me to complete the first edit of our manuscript. Twenty chapters later, with approximately 100,000 words, I dare to believe we have a potential best-seller with “Buying Sex – Who … Continue reading “2022 so far”

Christmas Greetings

Greetings of the Season everyone, Dec 14, 2021 This year I am doing double duty – combining my annual letter with a Christmas blog. The year has gone by very quickly in spite of being grounded with Covid for the most part. The reason may be inevitable aging, but most probably it is because I … Continue reading “Christmas Greetings”

The Drone and the REdress Photo

The following story is adapted from my photographer friend, Mufty Mathewson, who began taking Red Dress pictures in early 2015 to honor MMIWG across Canada.  I was fortunate to meet Mufty in October 2015 at a Victims Services conference and have since supported and participated in many Red Dress activities as the Photography Project grew.  … Continue reading “The Drone and the REdress Photo”