Big News – and a little history

Warning - this post contains some background information that some of you may find… well, boring. As long as I can remember, I have been putting words onto paper - yes actual paper, I am that old. I started writing stories as a child, using a manual typewriter that my parents had. I would make … Continue reading Big News – and a little history

Angels among us – Flight C-GPUN

*special thanks to  Werner Fischdick and the Werner Fischdick Collection for permission to share this photo of C-GPUN* As Christmas 1994 approached, my wife and I were frantically getting our lives ready for our first child, due to arrive in the second week of February. As soon-to-be new parents we were trying to juggle the … Continue reading Angels among us – Flight C-GPUN

Circle of Pain – A Journal

The following words are not mine. They are taken from the journal of a dear friend who has given permission to share. These heartbreaking journal entries were made as she traveled a road filled with  pain and love, supporting her sister through a battle with addiction. It is an unfiltered  glimpse into the hope and … Continue reading Circle of Pain – A Journal

Towel Protocol

Due to an abundance of social events this year, such as the recent graduations and weddings, I have to share this important informational bulletin regarding visitations. Of course, as always, our friends and family are more than welcome to stay with us at the Chateau Anderson when you travel from out of town for these … Continue reading Towel Protocol

With great power comes great eccentricity

  There’s an old saying that goes “if you’re not part of the solution, you are part of the problem”. With that in mind I have decided that it is time for me to stand up, put my money where my mouth is and bravely become a part of the problem – I mean solution. … Continue reading With great power comes great eccentricity

The Yellow Dress

It was a picture perfect day, the sun shining brightly, the kind of day a Mom dreams of for her daughter’s wedding. Her little girl looked so gorgeous in her pretty yellow dress, which was untraditional of course but it was her daughter’s favourite colour so the choice was obvious. She thought back, yellow had … Continue reading The Yellow Dress