Monthly Archives: May 2020

Everything Grows!

by Shanna Bernier Everything grows and grows Babies do Animals too Everything grows Everything grows and grows Sisters do Brothers too Everything grows A blade of grass, fingers and toes Hair on my head, a red, red rose Everything grows, … Continue reading

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The Plague: A Story of Our Times

by Stephen Sheeran In the category of ’Tis-an-ill-wind-that-blows-nobody-some-good, sales of Albert Camus’ The Plague (La Peste-1947) have skyrocketed over the past couple of months. Misery loves company, I guess, and in lockdown what better way to seek diversion than in … Continue reading

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Fantasy and Escapism while parenting in a pandemic

By Shanna Bernier Parenting during a pandemic is wild. There have been countless articles, blogs and rants shared online and in print about how untenable it is for most parents to manage their full-time jobs, children, a home as well … Continue reading

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