Yearly Archives: 2008

My Growing Attachment

 My Growing Attachment by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe I was ready to turn on my computer, a communication tool that enables me, as it does millions of others, to keep in touch with the world. There is also endless information at our fingertips. Even those who said they never would learn to use a computer are… Continue Reading

After All This Time

After All This Time, Ronnie and Julie, Sweethearts By Kellie Underhill This is the kind of story you find in great literature. The kind that gets adapted into award-winning films. It’s a story so wise bookshelves in libraries spill over with volumes on these same life lessons.  It’s a story full of strength, courage, hope,… Continue Reading

Death by Prom Dress

Death by Prom Dress by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe The six o’clock news was almost over when I heard the reporter talking about graduations and careers. Then I realized the focus of the piece was on prom dresses for the young ladies and the pursuit of  the best prom dress ever made. A group of graduates, filled… Continue Reading

Answered Prayers

Answered Prayers By Blake Lindsay Our Heavenly Father answers many prayers. I used to pray that I would be guided to find a kind loving wife and in return I promised to be a faithful loving husband. In July 2000, while living in Dallas and employed with Bank of America and KISS-FM, my prayer was… Continue Reading

Midnight Super Smash Brothers Run

Midnight Super Smash Brothers Run By David Poirier I’m tired today! Yes, I realize that switching our clocks ahead last night to save that hour of precious daylight, is part of the reason, but the big yawns this morning are a result of the debut of Super Smash Brothers for Nintendo Wii! My son, Dan,… Continue Reading

Dangers of Living on the Prairies

 Dangers of Living on the Prairies By Lois Bourque My name is Lois Bourque (Cripps). I was born and raised on the beautiful Miramichi, daughter to Ray and Joan Cripps. I married Patrick Bourque from Saint John. In June 1980 we decided to leave New Brunswick and move to Alberta. We live just east… Continue Reading

Navigating Through Darkness

Navigating Through Darkness By Blake Lindsay People often ask me which of my four senses is the most valuable. With no reservation, I always reply that my hearing is the most important because of the superior expanded sense of echo, which helps me avoid running into people or things. I assume that this is the… Continue Reading

Three Sonnets

Three Sonnets By Bryon D. Howell Poetry and Laundry                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I’m waiting for my clothes to wash and dry, with pen in hand, the cycles all on start, I cannot rinse the muse though I do try, I can’t use Oxi-clean inside my heart. For soap I use the thoughts inside my mind, the washer fills… Continue Reading