Monthly Archives: July 2015

Bring It On

“Read this aloud,” says Dad, eyes lit up and pointing an obituary cut out from the paper and taped to the wall beside him. “This was Dad’s favourite poem:” it begins. Taeja, my niece, has mentioned a poem Dad asks … Continue reading

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A Dry Run

A 1 800 number rings my cell phone as I’m getting ready for work in Vancouver. I’m tempted not to answer, but I do. “A elderly man has pushed his Lifeline alarm and is reporting a possible heart attack,” says … Continue reading

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