For Canada Day this year I spent the weekend at home with my parents. My mother and I travelled to the Labrador Straits again (this is twice now in the last three weeks haha!) Here’s […]
I took a quick trip home last weekend, which actually extended ‘up along’ to the Straits. My parents and I drove as far as L’Anse au Clair because Dad wanted to go to the hardware […]
I sleep with the window open To drown all my thoughts in the rain I wait for the freedom of a deep yawn, all of my night moves delayed I wonder what you’re doing in […]
Today marks the SEVENTH birthday of this blog! I don’t know that I can pinpoint what I was feeling or thinking the day I started this blog in 2010, but I can pretty much guarantee […]
when you fell into my sky it was purple and orange it was blessed with yellow flowers and honey bees there was no need to command attention when you fell out of my sky it […]
No dismay, just a play on words for how us coastal locals say ‘this’ haha… Not a lot to report today but I had to make a record of how May went in photos. Promise […]
Tonight I attended a presentation from the Newfoundland Labrador Archaeological Society & Labrador Institute on archaeological finds in Labrador; namely the artifacts donated by Carol Brice-Bennett upon her departure from the Labrador Institute. One of […]
My view today as I read my poetry at the town hall. I mostly scribble my thoughts on small pieces of paper and today I stood with a clipboard full and it felt like I […]
Today I spoke at the Happy Valley Goose Bay Town Hall for the proclamation of National Poetry Month. This is a new poem that I wrote for the occasion, straying outside of my comfort zone and […]
don’t lose this don’t abandon these feelings this life is non-renewable so you can tell me please tell me even if it’s just a whisper there’s a noise we can’t place feelings we can’t face […]
I just finished reading a book called The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well by Meik Wiking. It became very clear to me that Hygge is something that many families I know practice without […]
March is almost over and I’m realizing this is my one and only entry to sum up the month…how to do this? The most memorable thing from this month was my Mom’s visit. She […]
you didn’t dig my roots you didn’t even burrow but everyone loves a sturdy evergreen in the right light thrown in the middle of barren land my humble advice to you is not to sell seeds […]
The world around you is a work of art; the only payment required for viewing is to keep it clean and safe from harm. M.
I blossom for you against my better judgement hope everlasting. M.