A Letter to My Daughter—A Class of 2020 Graduate

To my high school graduate, Here we are, nearing the end of your senior year.  This is not how I imagined this year for you. It’s not even close to what I’d hoped it would be. I know you have watched class after class of seniors celebrate, make memories and launch into adulthood together. You […]

New Season, Same Lessons

“I have become very good at finding the perfect places to hide in plain sight.”  By Stephanie Motz Skinner | Twitter: @stephmotz Maybe I’d forgotten what it’s like to feel inferior, but being back at university has awakened in me some old insecurities. I like to learn new things. However, over the last few years […]

Friends on the Edge

“In one sense, faith is hard, but it’s not the rock solid hard I’ve often thought it should be. For me, it’s the difficult hard … “ By Charlene Kwiatkowski I met up with her at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver, even though we were Ottawa acquaintances. She once said how strange that people from all over […]