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Today is a sunny new day in your neurodegenerative life! Your brain chemistry — particularly your dopamine levels — are consistently in the joy zone. Maintain current medication regime. Go for a walk, take a nap, count your blessings, thank … Continue reading
Today is a delightful new day in your neurodegenerative life! Your brain chemistry — particularly your dopamine levels — are in the joy zone. Maintain current medication regime. Go for a walk, take a nap, attend Twisted Poets Literay Salon tonight … Continue reading
Tapestry guest host Kevin Sylvester is probing the art of “coping” with life’s problems. Tune in this Sunday, October 7th for our candid conversation about using humour as a coping mechanism.
“Raunchy. Sassy. Wise.” Robyn Michele Levy & Kim Clark are the Standout Presenters at Sechelt Writers Festival
“…Often it is the new-to-me writers who have me on my feet, clapping like a maniac and wishing there were time to hear more. This year it was two emerging writers: Kim Clark and Robyn Michele Levy. Before their session … Continue reading
August 22, 1893 – June 7, 1967 ”I’d rather have a bottle in front of me, than a frontal lobotomy.”
It was a tandem act of madness: putting Kim Clark and me together on stage with unflappable host, Sheryl MacKay! While there were no wardrobe malfunctions during our readings, there were warbling attemptations, adulterous dental fantasies, quests for opposable-thumb climaxes … Continue reading
My dad always said he wanted to be famous. His wish is coming true! Last September, CBC’s The Sunday Edition with Michael Enright first presented “A Cruel Coincidence.” Thousands of Canadians tuned in and learned that not only do my … Continue reading
Dear Robert Redford, Thanks for swapping bodies with me in my lucid dream! I woke up happy! Next time, please include “apparatus” so I can pee standing up. Yours Sincerely, Robyn