The “Dadly”, Lost Art of Whittling

Whittling seems to me, to be an intrinsically “Dadly” thing to do. A man, a knife, a piece of wood and an imagination. I suppose man has been carving things into existence as long as there have been sharp things with which to cut. I think whittling could be classified in two categories….one, the art of […]

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Back Yard Barbecue Etiquette

Barbecue Etiquette by(GUEST BLOGGER)- Jesús Ángel Miguel García Director, The Spanish Institute and Research Fellow, St. Paul’s College, University of Manitoba As we start enjoying vernal and summer evenings, we hanker for great and memorable barbecues. Despite COVID, we can still partake and share such an important culinary and social tradition to renew and foster […]

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Write A Letter To Your Son

With two sons, I wonder sometimes if I’m saying the right things to either of them. My oldest son is now a dad himself and admittedly, he grew up when I was a different guy. My oldest is from my first marriage, when I was struggling with inner demons and trying to figure out what […]

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