Posts by Category: Life
Today was a good day: learning about inclusiveness at Variety Village
I attended a workshop last Friday entitled: Introduction to Accessibility. I was initially ambivalent about the topic but by the end of the day I was left feeling inspired and even a little teary.
Empathy: What the world needs (more of) and what I hope my daughter has.
You’re probably thinking the Beatles already told us what the world needs (now, is love sweet love) and I agree… but just hear me out on this one.
The truth about immigrating: citizen AND stranger
There’s a push and pull when you decide to move abroad.
May I have a word please? Helga on inspiration
Having been afforded the opportunity to be the first Guest Blogger on chandalalaland I thought it best to start by introducing myself.
My name is Helga Geerhart and I have known Chanda for 3 years. I am a part time accountant and store assistant and a full time mum.
I love period dramas, have a knack for Dimsum and I’m a Chelsea fan.
My passions include music and literature and I’m generally a happy go-lucky person (most dates).
To kick things off I have decided to write about something I have been dealing with lately, that is, where to find my inspiration.
So who is your inspiration?
My ten year old son took part in a school book project a year ago where the children were asked to identify and write about who or what inspired them.
Rape is NOT funny
The dust has settled over the university campuses in Halifax and British Columbia but the rage within me still pulsates.
Losing a friend
I’ve dealt with death many times in my life. I’ve written post about it before. From a very young age I’ve had close friends and family members pass and I guess I’ve been able to somehow deal with it and move on. Till now.
It’s the 40th year of my parent’s marriage. When I think about this great milestone it almost brings tears to my eyes mostly because I’m not there to celebrate with them. I cannot begin to express the admiration and immense love I have for them. They are the greatest examples of love and respect and best expressions of the vows: for better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health.