Monthly Archives: October 2017

Assuring friends and family that I have chosen life and love.


Family and friends thank you for the concern. Please be assured I do not intend to take my own life. Pat crocked her finger at me before she died and said “don’t you dare even think about following me by … Continue reading

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Patricia and the Anglican Rosary


Looking back to 2015 – Pat did a lot of praying around my heart attack and operation – I found she was ahead of me religiously then and now. I found on her desktop machine, her folder on prayer and … Continue reading

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Heaven and Hell


A lot of people believe in Hell as the place where we go to be punished for our sins. They feel punishment is necessary. Why do they believe in the need for an eternity of punishment? There are only two … Continue reading

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Early diagnosis should have been possible. We needed more time.


I am pretty sure that a more experienced doctor (like our VERY good Dr. Lomb in Toronto) Would have caught both the signs of Pat’s pancreatic cancer and her early strokes (they were NOT migraines as she thought) in early … Continue reading

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