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Archive for May, 2014

Zzzzzzz

Spring is here and I have no energy to do anything, not sure what’s going on but for the first time that I can remember I have zero energy and all my plans and hopes for all I wanted to be doing seem like chores that are insurmountable. I have tried doing just a bit extra every day but it seems I need 2 days to recover.  Falling down the sinkhole must have taken more out of me than I realized. I am praying for a full recovery and some energy.

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People in the city often bemoan their busy, stressful lives and wish for a simpler life with open spaces, clean air and friendly neighbours. There are many small towns and villages dotting the Canadian prairie dying out because of the lack of new people moving in. To me, in this day of computer technology and our interconnected lives, the solution seems to be an obvious one to me. People create jobs, prosperity follows and we go back to simpler lifestyles.
There are movements to support local business, eat locally produced foods and know the producers. Health care where you are a person and not a file number or being defined by your ailment, and friends and neighbours who step up and help you through the tough times.
The answer is clear, is the spirit truly willing? I choose “yes.”

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A New Perspective

I have found when things seem to be awry it helps to change your perspective and things seem to get better!

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May 5th and once again there is snow on the ground. Like everyone here I am looking forward to warm weather, clear skies and no wind.  Global warming should be referred to as climate change because “wacky weather” appears to be a global phenomenon.  I would like to see more focus on China, India, Russia, Brazil and so forth and encourage more climate sensitive growth by North American industry.  I also believe the Conservative governments should continue to fund scientific study of our natural resources and respond appropriately to the recommendations made to ensure a healthy, sustainable environment.

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