Monthly Archives: October 2015

The End of October has Arrived, by Catherine Gillier

The end of October has almost arrived. Most of the colourful leaves have left the trees. Hints of sun, dark clouds and fragrant wood smoke turn thoughts to colder weather. Different clothes are taken from the closet. Mitts and scarves … Continue reading

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Adult Coloring Books, by Sue Culhane

Recently, a very unusual genre of books hit the best seller lists, namely adult coloring books. The number of people coloring on a regular basis is increasing rapidly. A Canadian distributor of coloring pencils reports that sales of colored pencils … Continue reading

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The Earth is Giving Birth to the Autumn Harvest, by Catherine Gillier

The earth is giving birth to the autumn harvest as the days shorten and cool. It is important to see the continuity of life and to feel the evolving change that is an integral part of living. At the library, … Continue reading

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