Reflections on the Impending U.S. Election 2016

My mail-in ballot is sitting right in front of me, and I’ve decided not to vote. It’s been an interesting experience to be an American living just above the border in Canada, watching from a slight distance the debacle (that’s the best word I can think of) that is the U.S. Presidential election. People hereContinue reading “Reflections on the Impending U.S. Election 2016”

Love Really Does Make a Difference: A Reflection on a Bus Ride

Last week, I took the bus to downtown Hamilton and back to campus. I rarely take the bus, but it was cheaper and faster than trying to find and pay for parking downtown. On the way back to campus, there was a lady sitting down, slightly overweight, huge bifocal glasses, scarf, and wearing layers of sweaters. SheContinue reading “Love Really Does Make a Difference: A Reflection on a Bus Ride”