Musician, bartender, lover, activist, theologian, athiest, feminist, queerish, generally earnest and troublesome individual.
From sit-down to takeout: COVID-19 changes the way Toronto charities feed the homeless at Thanksgiving
Wonderful day with Ted Rogers School of Management – Ryerson University thanks for 5 amazing years of cooperation! Star article below…
Over the last six months, I’ve tested more than 1,000 people for Covid in hospitals, shelters and homeless encampments
“The encampment at Trinity was nestled in the shadow of the Eaton Centre. The church supplied tents and drop-in meals throughout the week. I arrived on testing day, an hour… Read More »Over the last six months, I’ve tested more than 1,000 people for Covid in hospitals, shelters and homeless encampments
you can’t win. Nobody does—though that of course is no comfort. As to managing the exasperations, frustrations, and angers that can attend old age, it’s okay to take moments to vent, like turning the air around you blue when you hit your shin against a drawer that you forgot was still open; or being ambushed by a loud fart at an inappropriate moment; or being caught short and dampening your underwear.Read More »for those who are… Angry at old age