November 2013

Star Trek Destiny – A Trilogy by David Mack

November 14, 2013

Star Trek: Destiny Trilogy by David Mack  Book 1 – Gods of Night Book 2 – Mere Mortals Book 3 – Lost Souls I consider myself to be an avid reader but if my dad had ever kept a reading log, it would have put mine to shame. He [Keep Reading]

Remember, Respect, and Honour the Past

November 11, 2013

It’s Remembrance Day here in Canada – a day where we pause to reflect on the past sacrifices many have made on our behalf. I am reminded of the time I spent serving as a member of The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry. I loved being in this [Keep Reading]

A Fitting Send-Off

November 9, 2013

Rest in Peace, Dad! My dad was a Scout Leader before I was even born. The service bars on his sleeve always impressed me. I followed in his footsteps by becoming a youth member and then worked my way up to being a leader myself. I wouldn’t be [Keep Reading]

Chasing Content – November 2012

November 7, 2013

It’s time for another edition of Chasing Content – that monthly feature that has us looking back at what was happening right here on the blog last year at this time. Let’s go exploring! You can read all of the posts from last [Keep Reading]

Music Room Storage Solutions

November 5, 2013

Last week I gave you a brief tour of my music classroom. Today, I want to expand that to show you how I store reeds and method books. I got these small drawer units from the dollar store. I also picked up some sticker labels so each class could have [Keep Reading]

Ender’s Game – Great in Any Format

November 4, 2013

Ender’s Game is one of the best novels ever written, in my humble opinion. It is a brilliant science fiction masterpiece that sparked an entire series of books. The movie version of the book has been a long time coming. In fact, in the [Keep Reading]

Family of Referees – A Tribute to My Dad

November 2, 2013

Wally, Richie, and Chase March – Soccer Referees My dad was a soccer referee when I was a kid. I used to run up and down the sidelines with a flag in my hand to help him out. My brother and I often served as his linesmen and it was a lot of [Keep Reading]
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