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The Ballpark Princess

We took our kids to Disneyland in April 2017. Their first trip. The excitement was palpable for the month leading up to the trip.

This trip was also going to feature a Toronto Blue Jays road game for me and our then-six-year-old son. He loved baseball. It was his passion then and remains his passion to this day.

This would be his second-ever MLB game. As excited as he was for Disneyland (very!), he might have been just as excited to go to a Toronto Blue Jays game.

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Artist Spotlight: Linda McBain Cuyler

I chatted with Edmonton-based artist Linda McBain Cuyler recently. It took a little bit to get going due to some audio issues, but after her tech support (aka her daughter) sorted it out, we were off to the races.

Linda is a super-creative artist who actually went to the University of Manitoba, graduating with an Interior Design focus. So, it should come as no surprise that she has incorporated a lot of fiber and fabrics into her art through the years.

Read through today’s chat, and I would encourage you to check out Linda’s art at some of the provided links. Each piece brings something unique.

[Featured Artwork by Linda McBain Cuyler]

Linda McBain Cuyler
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Artist Spotlight: Cathy Bible

I had the immense pleasure of chatting with Edmonton-based abstract artist Cathy Bible from her winter home in Phoenix before she returned north for spring and summer.

Being a retired Kindergarten teacher and former principal, she had so much passion and energy to share about art, artists, and her retirement career. The one thing you need to know about Cathy: She has an incredible amount of energy… and it’s contagious.

I hope you enjoy reading our chat as much as I did in capturing it for you to read!

[Featured Artwork: “Sacrosanct” 30″x30″]

Cathy Bible
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The Depression Diagnosis

Today’s story is not like one of my typical stories, which are meant to entertain, exaggerate, and cause a knowing smile to creep across your face. To the contrary, today’s story is very much a serious story about depression, the stigma surrounding it, and how actions impact others. 

If you or a loved one needs support, you can learn more from:

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