Monthly Archives: July 2005

Beat The Heat with Salads and Desserts

      It’s hot! And sticky. The heat and humidity so far this summer has been much here in the Maritimes. Grampie and I have been drinking plenty of water and venturing out to the air-conditioned mall a lot more frequently during the heat of the day. It can be hard to eat when… Continue Reading

Inspirational Insight

Inspirational Insight Jeannine Watson Author’s Note Dear Readers, My poetry, my writings, started at the age of sixty. Life is full of surprises! There is a time and a place for everything. We have talents that lie dormant in our spirit for years. Life is a beautiful adventure! We have to be patient and try… Continue Reading

Clancy

Clancy by Carol Randall Clancy There she sat quietly in her cage at the Fredericton SPCA, dog #1466, wondering who would take a chance with her, a breed with a bad reputation. That was in 1994, when I adopted Clancy, an 18 month old Rottweiler. I didn’t realise that I could fall so hard and fast… Continue Reading

Credit Union Classic

Credit Union Classic Champions The 2nd Annual Eastern Canadian “AAA” Championship hockey tournament, the Credit Union Classic – 2005, took place Canada Day weekend at the Tim Horton’s 4 Ice Centre in Moncton, NB. Players from Labrador, PEI, Cape Breton, New Brunswick and Halifax faced off in three divisions. The 1992, 1993 and 1994 divisions… Continue Reading

Will You Know?

Will You Know? by Ridgely Goldsborough The Conscious One gazed at the group of seekers gathered before him. He rested quietly on the smooth rock for a moment before choosing to speak. “Let me tell you a story,” he began. “A man walked into the company kitchen for the first time. He purposely arrived early… Continue Reading

Posture and Health

Posture and Health by Dr. Jason Plotsky Dr. Jason Plotsky We’ve heard it 1000 times, “Sit up straight!” It may have been a teacher or one of your parents, but you’ve heard it before. Why is good posture important? There are several reasons, some are functional and some are aesthetic, but they are all important.… Continue Reading

Negotiable Instruments — Apparent Authority

Negotiable Instruments — Apparent Authority Fact Situation:  The insurance broker claimed for balances of premiums owing on three insurance policies covering liability, cargo and collision/upset on six tractor trailer trucks. Mr. Smith was the principal owner of Smith Ltd., a truck dealership. He owned several other businesses in which his wife was also involved as… Continue Reading

Are You A Rebel?

Are You A Rebel? by Pegine Echevarria Are you a rebel? Do you fight against the rules? Do you want to do things your way? Do you discount others advice? Maybe you know someone who is a rebel?   Movies have glamorised the bad boy image, the rebel among us. For those of us who have… Continue Reading

Envelopes

Envelopes by Andrea Rennick In the dining room-office, I have a stationery centre, with a small cardboard drawer set-up with erasers and paintbrushes and stationery and cards (birthday, sympathy, thank you) inside. The drawers (blue check to match her kitchen) and even most of the cards were my grandmother’s, who sent out lots of cards… Continue Reading