blog by this author is one that I have read from time to time. And so, when I saw one of my FB friends noting that this book had been published I went looking for it.
In fact just reading this book was a change for me. When I went looking at chapters.ca it was (and still is apparently) only available as an e-book. Since I had just the day or two before set up a Kobo account [although I do not actually have an e-reader, just the virtual one for the computer] to get a resource I may need for an upcoming meeting [nothing exciting, I agreed (God help me) to be Parliamentarian and so wanted a copy of Bourinot's Rules of Order] I thought it would be a chance to try reading something in that format.
This is a great book. Sort of memoir-ish in feel. Sort of reflection on life. I often wanted to engage the writer in dialogue about various parts of it. I was touched by the stories shared. I heartily encourage others to read this one. In fact I will likely go back and re-read some of the stories and reflections.