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Out of your head and on the page
February 9th, 2019 | Life | No Comments

We raised our children in a small historic village in New Brunswick, close to the Nova Scotia border. In the decades before Confederation, Dorchester was a rich place, filled with marine lawyers and shipbuilders and wealthy homes. By the time we lived there it was far less influential, but it was home to one wise and capable senior by the name of Betty Adams.

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The end of the beginning
January 23rd, 2019 | Life | No Comments

We raised our children in a small historic village in New Brunswick, close to the Nova Scotia border. In the decades before Confederation, Dorchester was a rich place, filled with marine lawyers and shipbuilders and wealthy homes. By the time we lived there it was far less influential, but it was home to one wise [...]

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This New Year, don’t forget to count your blessings
January 3rd, 2019 | Life | No Comments

One year ago today, a phone call at six am from the hospital jarred me out of a fitful sleep. My father had died, two weeks shy of his 83rd birthday. I can hardly believe a whole year has passed, and I find that in many ways I am still absorbing that event and dealing with the aftermath in my own life.

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The more things change, the more they stay the same?
September 25th, 2018 | Life | 2 Comments

We raised our children in a small historic village in New Brunswick, close to the Nova Scotia border. In the decades before Confederation, Dorchester was a rich place, filled with marine lawyers and shipbuilders and wealthy homes. By the time we lived there it was far less influential, but it was home to one wise [...]

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Memoir…Wisdom from my father
January 7th, 2018 | Life | 3 Comments

We raised our children in a small historic village in New Brunswick, close to the Nova Scotia border. In the decades before Confederation, Dorchester was a rich place, filled with marine lawyers and shipbuilders and wealthy homes. By the time we lived there it was far less influential, but it was home to one wise [...]

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Of weeping and platitudes
December 28th, 2017 | Life | 2 Comments

We raised our children in a small historic village in New Brunswick, close to the Nova Scotia border. In the decades before Confederation, Dorchester was a rich place, filled with marine lawyers and shipbuilders and wealthy homes. By the time we lived there it was far less influential, but it was home to one wise [...]

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How to tell if you’re crazy
November 6th, 2017 | Life | 2 Comments

We raised our children in a small historic village in New Brunswick, close to the Nova Scotia border. In the decades before Confederation, Dorchester was a rich place, filled with marine lawyers and shipbuilders and wealthy homes. By the time we lived there it was far less influential, but it was home to one wise [...]

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