Cardinals in my backyard! © Rita Jacques 2021. Windsor, Ontario.
I admit it. I always tear up a bit when I hear our national anthem played. It wasn’t always this way. It takes leaving the country to see how much pride one has for Canada and Canadians. When I was twenty years old, I backpacked through Southeast Asia. Whenever I crossed paths with someone sporting… Continue reading O Canada!
Thousand Word Thursdays #106
This is a very poignant display, the Flags of Remembrance, along the Windsor waterfront. There are 128 flags representing 128,000 Canadian military and RCMP dead and missing in action from the Boer War to the present. If you are in the area, check it out! © Rita Jacques 2018.
Red Lake, Red Lights
Busy weekend…working, a baby shower, Easter and moving a daughter. That equates a short blog post! You know, I’ve been married for 36 years and I still learn new things about my hubby. I was showing Guy the work I’ve done on a puzzle of Canada. It’s a map from 1867 which makes it all… Continue reading Red Lake, Red Lights
Thousand Word Thursdays #21
No parking! WFCU Centre parking lot, Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2017.
Thousand Word Thursdays #19
Geese on thin ice. Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2017
A Translator, a Soldier and an Orphan
My parents would kill me if they knew. I should know better. Weed-whacking the lawn in sandals. And, me a nurse, to boot. Well, it happened. Nope, no toes were lopped off along with the tall grass. No injuries were sustained. However, a wayward doggie-doo ended up splattered on my foot! Ahkkkkkk! As I cleaned… Continue reading A Translator, a Soldier and an Orphan