He touched so many lives in his nearly 80 years among us.
John Sirman has as long as I can remember been a pinnacle of what it means to be part of the community.
March Madness is here!
And no for all you sports nuts I am not talking about college basketball.
Every March there is a flurry of activities some through the week, but most on the weekends. Often they come in clusters unlike the rest of the year where often there is only one activity per weekend.
Catch the olympic spirit... the spirit of confusion.
That is what I have been finding myself doing for the past week or so as I try to decipher what is on and when.
Why is it that we have to wait for the Super Bowl to come once a year to get really good and entertaining commercials?
If you watch television like I do the best button ever invented on a remote control is the mute.
Saturday I had the pleasure of helping with the Third Annual Alzheimer’s Fund raising Dinner.
We all take our memory’s for granted and little did I suspect but mine was going to get tested that evening.
Have you gotten spring fever?
I have found myself thinking less and less about ice fishing lately and more about spring time and the fun that brings.
Well if you are like 75% of society you are likely feeling like me right about now... like a stuffed turkey!
Last March I decided that enough was enough. I had gained quite a bit of weight over the 2004 holiday season but had not lost it. In years gone by I would always drop some of it almost as fast as I gained it. But that did not happen last year.
A world class experience... well just about!
Over the holidays I had plenty to eat and great visits with family and friends. Over the New Years weekend I travelled to Winnipeg to spend the weekend with my brother and sister-in-law as did my Dad, Mom, Aunt and Grandma.