“Love and Marriage, Love and Marriage, goes together like a horse and carriage”, at least that’s what the song says. You know as well as I do that isn’t always the reality. Sometimes the horse doesn’t want to pull the carriage, and sometimes the carriage doesn’t want to be pulled. For the last seven […]Read More
Not sure how it works. . .
Apparently, it was new technology for her and she was really struggling. I just happened to be there for her conversation with the support staff as she went through the process step by step. She wanted to make sure that she had done everything right and that the recipient would get her message. I would […]Read More
Stop it. . .
A recent tweet from the Habs official account took a shot at Brad Marchand warning him about the dangers of licking golf balls. Which of course was a reference to Brad’s recent habit of annoying his opponents by licking their face, and a 1997 news article from the UK that stated: “Some golf courses warn […]Read More
Love by Honouring
Do you remember TV families when you were a kid? There seemed to be more extended ones then there are now at least when I was watching TV as a kid. You know more families with several generations living under one roof. The Waltons had their Grand Parents living with them, the Beverly Hillbillies had […]Read More
Love and Parents
The song, of course, is “Love and Marriage” written by Sammy Cahn and performed by Frank Sinatra in 1955, but the music has been used for a number of television commercials through the years including Ban brand roll-on antiperspirant, Duncan Hines Chocolate Chip cookies, Campbells Soup and Kellogg’s Fruit ‘n Fibre breakfast cereal. Who would […]Read More
So, I spent the weekend in Uganda. Now that’s something I never thought I’d say. I was invited to be the guest speaker at the annual missionary retreat for Wesleyan Missionaries who serve in Africa. Not a large group but they came from all over the continent to be together with others who had a […]Read More
But it works. . .
The other day I was working on my laptop and after doing a fairly standard cut and paste in the document I had open, I had a startling revelation. I had no idea how the computer did what it did. I mean it wasn’t exactly putting someone on the moon, but still, how did this […]Read More
The Language of Love
By now you have figured out the song is “Love and Marriage” and it was first recorded by Frank Sinatra in 1955. But that wasn’t the only time it was recorded. Sinatra recorded it again on a different label and it has been covered by Peggy Lee, Dinah Shore, Bing Crosby and in 2010 it […]Read More
What’s Your Emergency?
I’m sure it seemed like an emergency at the time. When the 911 operator, in Leeds Ontario, answered the phone with the familiar line, “911, what’s your emergency?” they probably weren’t expecting the reply. It seems that a 21-year-old woman from Quebec had spent the night gambling at the Shoreline Casino and suddenly she realized […]Read More
Sex. . . God’s Wedding Gift
“Love and Marriage, Love and Marriage, go together like a horse and carriage.” The song was written by Sammy Cahn in 1955 and recorded by Frank Sinatra. It was originally used the 1955 television production of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town”. Which happens to be the first High School Drama I was in, not the […]Read More