Archive for July, 2015

My Next Radio Adventure

Lisa
Beginning August 4th, I’ll be part of a new morning show on London News-Talk 1290 CJBK.   Continue reading

No Longer Free

Lisa
Today is my last day at Free 981. I’m moving on to another radio adventure in London that I’m not at liberty to reveal yet. My colleagues and managers have known I’m going for a few weeks but out of... Continue reading

Stinky Pete

Lisa
Okay, I don’t really know a Pete who is stinky. The only Pete I know smells great.  Continue reading

Time Passages

Lisa
My number one pet peeve, over even the misuse of the apostrophe and coworkers putting delicate glasses on the bottom rack of the work dishwasher, is the way merchants conspire to rush time.  Continue reading

Correcting A Shameful Situation

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Finally, someone’s doing something about the shameful situation in Shoal Lake where a First Nations community has had to bring in its water for 17 years, and the federal government refuses to kick in to give them clean water.  Continue reading

Your Monday Meditation

Lisa
The following video is definitely not safe for work. It’s not politically correct and it contains some really colorful language. But perhaps, like me, it will make you laugh your fool head off! Thank you Jean for sending it to... Continue reading

So, This is Happening

Lisa
One day you’re saying a new deck can wait. The next day, you’re working out a drawing with the contractor and watching the old deck come down.  Continue reading

Love Wins

Lisa
I can only imagine how frustrated some backwards Americans are these days. And that thought makes me grin with glee. Continue reading

This Gal’s Got to Rant

Lisa
If there was any doubt, and there was among some people, that Bill Cosby was a rapist who drugged his victims, the news yesterday that he admitted so himself ought to have put that to rest.  Continue reading

See Your Way to Better Colour Choices

Lisa
Perhaps your furniture taste leans toward Danish modern and you have a thing for bold, graphic area rugs. You can pick out upholstery fabric from 10 metres away and set a table so pretty it would make Martha Stewart weep.... Continue reading