Fermentation

It’s Friday night, our living room has four noisy teen boys watching a basketball game with Joel and Eliana. I am in the kitchen starting the process of making sourdough bread. In the last year and some I have stepped into the fermentation world. I make sourdough bread on a regular basis, my kitchen counter…

Boozhoo nindizhinikaaz Shula*

A friend from Pikangikum asked me to visit her 5 month grandchild currently in ICU at the children hospital here in Winnipeg. When I walked into the waiting room, three women from Pikangikum were quietly speaking to each other in Ojibwe. The tone of their voices and distinct facial features brought a longing, unexpected tears…

Tall, Defiant, Regal.

The last time I saw these mountains was three years ago when I spent Christmas in Montana. They never get old for me. Seeing as Banff is a mere two hours away from where I stayed, it’s only natural that we went to see the Rockies before heading back to Winnipeg. The trip was quick, but it…

Prince of Peace

Complete peace of mind for many is a rare commodity. The idea that ones heart and mind can be at total rest regardless of things falling apart around them sounds laughable. Many have settled for a little peace even more pour all their energies into attaining a peace of mind that is either temporary or…

The King of my heart.

Since the beginning of this month I have been living with my Red Lake family the Nardis/Clocks. Tonight we had supper by the fire and enjoyed what my friend Stephanie said was the last day of summer. For what felt like the hundredth time this month, I gave a heartfelt thanks to Jesus for always…

Days gone by

A few of my favourite shots from the past two months.               I am watching the opening night of the Olympics as I edit pictures. Made me think of Paul, one of the Bibles writers and something that he wrote:  Do you not know that in a race all…