Category: Individual investigation

September 29, 2011 As I entered my hotel room and looked for a place to set my suitcase, the first thought that crossed my mind was, “bed bugs.” I had my arms filled with luggage of various kinds: laptop, suitcase, purse, cloth bag with my water bottles and food. I avoided the bed itself and […]

September 15, 2011 The premier of Alberta has resigned. That means that his party, the Conservatives, needs to elect a new leader. The new leader will automatically become the next premier. On the surface, this may make sense. However, one has to remember that the only people that can elect a new leader of a […]

September 8, 2011 Picked up a new rental today. The Dodge Charger was costing too much in gas. It was a nice car to drive, even though it was larger than I like a car to be. I sat up higher than normal in a car. I got more respect. And lots of people looked […]

August 26, 2011 One week ago my son and I had left on our road trip from Edmonton, Alberta, to Victoria, B.C. We enjoyed a delightful soak in a hot tub under the stars at the HI Nordegg – Shunda Creek Hostel. Then we spent the next day reminiscing about past road trips as we […]

August 5, 2011 One of my most favourite quotes has been attributed to Nelson Mandela. However, when I searched the Internet to get the exact quote, I discovered that Nelson Mandela did not ever utter these words. Rather, Marianne Williamson wrote these words in her book, A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of […]