Category Archives: Fable

Limited Love

There’s an old Hebrew story that goes like this: Father Abraham was sitting outside his tent one evening when he saw an old man, weary from age and journey, coming toward him. Abraham rushed out, greeted him, and then invited … Continue reading

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The Glass

Our mismatch drinking glass cupboard is the one just to the right of the sink. To the left is the cupboard with our dishes and our glasses that match. If you open the mismatch cupboard, you’ll find a few Nestle’ … Continue reading

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Adrift in L.A. part 2

We made a quick run for the Canadian Consulate in downtown L.A. The rental car was valet parked in the underground lot and we had to land at the Consulate before they closed for the day. We had an early … Continue reading

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The Day I Gave Up On Karma

I can’t even tell you what day it was or even how old I was. It was such a traumatic event that it’s mostly recorded in my memory in the jerky motion of the famous Zapruder film. What I remember … Continue reading

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The Black Light Incident

I had a friend, Michelle, in high school who would have been voted “least likely to do something bad” if we were one of those high schools that voted on things like that. I would have been voted “most likely … Continue reading

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A Fable

(This is a true story: names have been changed to protect everyone.) One upon a time there were two friends, Darla and Michelle. They lived in the same neighbourhood, had the same friends, and went to the same high school. … Continue reading

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