Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Power of …

Last week there was an incident that caused me to revert to social media for results.  I thought I would be blogging about The Power of Social Media.  That’s what I thought then.  Here’s my abbreviated story: Wanted to contact … Continue reading

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Polishing the Silver Covenant Chain

This summer my husband dragged me into the Archives and Collections Society on the Main Street of Picton, Ontario.  It is “a not-for-profit charity dedicated to marine conservation, research and education.” He was enthralled with the classic yachts and stacks … Continue reading

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Observations During a Fruit Platter and Two Chocolate Croissants

I recently accompanied my husband to an international conference in Montréal.  There were around 500 attendees from all over the world.  I was just along to play tourist and boost the Montréal economy.  Hello Rue St. Catherine! The first morning … Continue reading

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Things Aren’t Always What They Seem

An illusion? Like many things, at first glance, it may look impressive.  It doesn’t take long though to see through it. Manners, etiquette, whatever you want to call it are the same.  People may follow all the etiquette guidelines to … Continue reading

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