This day is as blessed as they get – it’s 22 degrees out there! Mid-autumn with the trees in full glory, but so warm, people are out in tank tops. Not for long, but for
I love cycling, as regular readers might possibly have gathered. It is a wonderful thing to get from A to B using muscles outside in the (sort of) fresh air. Sailing past a line of
It felt like the war in Ukraine was all the tragedy and disaster the world could handle, what with political dysfunction, rising fascism, refugees, dengue fever, famine, climate crisis, and more. But now, fresh useless
And just like that, it’s fall. From 29 degrees to 14 overnight. A scientist called our recent heatwave “gob-smackingly bananas,” but we weren’t complaining. I spent this Saturday morning getting in Thanksgiving supplies; have to
I began keeping a journal at the age of nine. Nearly fifty years later, I started this online journal, sharing reflections, reviews, updates, and the occasional secret.
Theresa Kishkan is a writer living on the Sechelt Peninsula on the west coast of Canada.
Juliet in Paris
I came to Paris in the 1990s. Decades later I’m still here. Come with me while I roam the city, the country, and beyond.
I walk on. With my feet, and in my mind as well.
Wherever you’ve come from, wherever you’re going, consider this space a place for reflection and pause.