Monthly Archives: October 2013

Collingwood Bygone Days

I recently visited a museum called Bygone Days Heritage Village in Collingwood (www.bygonedays.ca). It was pretty neat, with many of the items, buildings, and farming equipment dating back to the 1850’s. But I also felt pretty ‘dated’ myself, when I … Continue reading

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Perpetually Cool: Anna May Wong

Anna May Wong was the first famous Chinese-American actress in Hollywood. She starred in Shanghai Express (1932), opposite Marlene Dietrich. My Uncle authored a book about Anna May Wong, called Perpetually Cool: The Many Lives of Anna May Wong (1905–1961) … Continue reading

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Walking the Dog and Other Adventures

Went to the Markham Fair today- I highly recommend it! Such a great little fair. Although my Aunt and late Uncle are founding members of Markham-Stouffville Hospital, and my late Uncle was I believe the first doctor in Unionville, I … Continue reading

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Slightly Beyond Suburbia

                      

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Enjoying Expressive Arts Therapy

Taking an excellent course: Expressive Arts Therapy with Anna Sousa. Anna also runs a service called Artful Balance ( http://www.arttherapytoronto.com ). We just create without too much pre-thought, and this seems to draw out deeper issues — for me, at … Continue reading

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