Monthly Archives: April 2004

Let us get Lost in Movies . . .

Let us get Lost in Movies . . . with Ester Nye 2003 Calendar Girls All so often when facing one of life’s personal tragedies we are forced to examine our lives, and if we are “lucky” we will find not only who we can lean on — who our “friends” are — but also… Continue Reading

When I go to grammys

When I go to grammys there’s always something on the stove and then some cookies on my plates From poppy a toony slips under the table I go to watch cartoons I cuddle up to grams 3 cats They cuddle back too I love both my parents and grandparents and they all love me!! Chelsey… Continue Reading

And the Winners are . . .

And the Winners are . . . The results are in! The Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick is pleased to announce the winners of its 2004 Literary Competition. The competition is now national, and this year’s winners reflect this, writing from as far away as Vancouver, BC and St. John’s, Nfld. While the genres vary… Continue Reading

Revenge of the Laundry

Revenge of the Laundry by Andrea Rennick Hell hath no fury like that of a woman scorned, except for maybe after the marriage. As much as I’d like to be able to say it, it ain’t all sunshine and rosebuds here. (Except for maybe that bouquet on my dresser, but then you’d have sympathy for… Continue Reading

Original Poetry

There is a scary legend on the Miramichi It’s fright has been past down through out all history  There was once a murder A mad man killed a French nun some men found her body But forever her head was gone They searched for her head They searched high and low But they never found… Continue Reading