The End of Days?

It’s hard to think of anything else these days.

As I write this, it is a sunny spring day, blustery and chilly. In normal times such weather would carry the promise of warmer weather and gentler days. Today, the wind seems bitter, harsh.

I’ve been reading the remarkable new novel by Hilary Mantel, The Mirror and the Light, the last in her trilogy on the English politician, Thomas Cromwell.… Continue reading

What the Moon Says in the Time of Coronavirus

The moon was behind a thin veil of clouds. A few birds twittered in the darkness, but the world was otherwise silent, still.

It seemed a little dystopic, Saturday when I pulled into the Driftwood Centre. The parking lot was mostly empty. There was a power generator roaring away at the entrance to the Tru Value grocery store.… Continue reading