Writing and Expression From The Sunshine Coast

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The Feather

The news came out of the blue. Jim was dying. I had been planning a trip to Sudbury for my brother and sister-in –law’s 50thwedding anniversary. Their son Gene had arranged a surprise party. As a gift, I had decorated an eagle’s feather that I had found in our local forest. They were both avid… Keep Reading


Snapshot: Walking With Betty

I was walking in the park with my son’s dog, Betty. I let her off the leash on the east side of the park where there are usually no people and no dogs. She’s a bit funny, a sweetie pie with humans and dogs she knows. If she meets a biggish dog she doesn’t know,… Keep Reading


Remembering and Reconciliation

I was thinking about writing a review of Etched in My Memory by xwu’p’a’lich, Barbara Higgins because I loved the book. I loved the description of the beautiful place that she lived as a child on the Skookumchuk Rapids where powerful tides run in and out of Sechelt Inlet. Keep Reading


Roberts Creek Remembers Sheila MacLean

  Sheila Margaret MacLean, age 67, passed away March 7, 2017 at Sechelt Hospital after a one-year battle with cancer. Sheila was holding her daughter Dawn’s hand and carrying the love of her two other daughters Jenny and Heather in her heart when she drew her last breath. Her daughter, Heather, wrote the following: Keep Reading

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