Author Archives: Stephanie Wagenaar

I don’t play favourites with seasons

I enjoy being present in whatever season I’m in and it’s one of the things I love most about being Canadian – especially Albertan! The seasons here are distinct, each with their own flavor, joy and gifts. The gifts of spring are particularly vivid for me this year as we watch the beautiful unfolding of […]

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I don’t play favourites with seasons

I enjoy being present in whatever season I’m in and it’s one of the things I love most about being Canadian – especially Albertan! The seasons here are distinct, each with their own flavor, joy and gifts. The gifts of spring are particularly vivid for me this year as we watch the beautiful unfolding of […]

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Give Peace A Chance

Last month I stayed at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal. It is the 50th anniversary of John and Yoko’s famous “bed-in” Give Peace a Chance which took place there. There is more peace in the world now than 50 Years ago, and there can be more peace tomorrow than there is today – if […]

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Give Peace A Chance

Last month I stayed at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal. It is the 50th anniversary of John and Yoko’s famous “bed-in” Give Peace a Chance which took place there. There is more peace in the world now than 50 Years ago, and there can be more peace tomorrow than there is today – if […]

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Same Seat, Different Perception

I remember a flight a number of years ago when I was seated in the very last row. The seat didn’t recline, the smell was less than stellar and people were continually bumping into me as they made their way to the bathroom within arm’s reach of me. That day I was annoyed. Perturbed. Frustrated. […]

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