Darcie Hossack

Darcie Hossack

Wednesday, 08 July 2015 07:47

An Ahi Moment

In historic Lunnenberg, we catch up with tall ships at anchor and fling open the doors to our senses.

“Second star on the right and straight on till morning.” Or, if you’re a foodie, with an invitation to visit a culinary farm, just “Look for  the rows of purple kale, and turn right in.”

Thursday, 11 June 2015 05:47

Life is but a (chicken) beach

There are some sights, so horrific, they ink themselves like murals on the insides of our eyelids.

One thing I’ve come to know for certain is that no matter how long you live in a place, you can never entirely get your roots out of the soil where you grew up.

Friday, 08 May 2015 06:06

It’s a Mother’s Day Life

I am not a mother. I am, however, a few months past 40, and have been married for 20 of those years. So naturally, speculation about how I arrived at this childless “condition” buzzes around me like the electric field of a bug zapper.

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 14:47

Being proud of a Mennonite heritage

Waterloo, Day 3.

Waterloo, Day two and a half.

Wednesday, 25 March 2015 14:07

Have char so will travel

Waterloo, Day One:

Wednesday, 11 March 2015 11:53

Technology woes at the supermarket

It could be said that there’s something a little inhuman about automated check out counters at the grocery store.

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 16:32

Five-alarm cooking can be interesting

If you do now or have ever lived in a condo or apartment, you’ve shared several walls with a few unintentional arsonists.

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