My new book “Midlife Solo” will be published by Mosaic Press later this year. Stay tuned!

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The power of two

This is one of the best articles I’ve ever read – and I’ve read quite a few – about the collaboration between Beatles John and Paul; it’s fair, knowledgeable and honest about their strengths and limitations. Highly recommended if you’re a loonytoon fan like me.

Apparently it’s muggy humid boiling like Toronto usually is in Vancouver, and here it’s cool and often rainy – rainforest weather. Nothing to complain about here, that’s for sure.
I’m getting ready for the big garden workshop on Sunday, and editing and preparing for the big reading/storytelling event So True: life stories well written well told the following Sunday July 27 at the Black Swan on the Danforth, from 4 to 7. Information on our website And tomorrow I get to see my SHRINK. So exciting – haven’t seen her for a while. She’ll set me straight. About what, I’m not sure, but I’ll find out. 



2 Responses to “The power of two”

  1. Anonymous says:

    "And tomorrow I get to see my SHRINK. So exciting – haven't seen her for a while. She'll set me straight. About what, I'm not sure, but I'll find out."

    Perhaps your obsessive need to talk/write about Paul McCartney, your book…and YOU?

  2. beth says:

    I see the gentle soul who doesn't understand what a blog is, and who dislikes this one vehemently and yet continues, for some incomprehensible reason, to read it, is still out there. Hello to you! Hope you have a wonderful summer day. And now, back to important things: Paul McCartney, my books, and of course, MY OWN AMAZING SELF.

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