Monthly Archives: February 2016

New Hospital Tour

As I mentioned previously, my new role is working to build a new hospital in Kingston. The substantial completion date is December 1st, so it is well along in the process. I had an opportunity to tour the facility this week. It will be a wonderful new hospital for the community. It is a 270 […]

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Winter Storm Blues

This week winter seemed to arrive with force. We had Monday off as it was a holiday in Canada for most. Tuesday morning the storm hit. By lunch the roads were pretty much impassable. We were all sent home from work around 1pm. The first challenge was getting out of the parking lot. I was […]

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Wow, it is cold out there!

There is no doubt that winter has now arrived. It has been -37C here for the past couple of days. That is just unreasonable by any standard. The car had a hard time starting this morning, but finally turned over. If I was a car, I wouldn’t have complied. The week began with a neighbourhood […]

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The book is in the hands of Beta Readers

This past week marked a significant step forward in the publishing of my first book. With the help of my editor Martha, we identified a number of good and diverse readers that have agreed to read the first copies of the manuscript. The role of a beta reader is not to fix my grammar, but […]

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