This is what it looks like when an stranger becomes an acquaintance and then a friend.
I grew up in a city that boasted one skyscraper. When I was a child, I thought that description was more than apt. After all, everything is big when you are small. Now, when I return home for summer visits to Corner Brook, Newfoundland, I look at the Sir Richard Squires building with amused affection. … Continue reading Moving on up makes me appreciate high-density living
Life in a box, I am learning, can be quite satisfying. A year ago, I never would have believed that, but here I sit, content. Last June, I committed myself to life in a condominium. I put in my bid while still living in a three-storey house on an expansive, treed lot, not quite sure … Continue reading Windows and a hallway, that’s all I need