Stuck for words?     


The English language contains over 
150,000* words.
Are you using the right ones?


This blog is far more a labour of love than a means to garner labour,

but if your words need a little tweaking – maybe even a complete
overhaul – I’m always up to the challenge. Oh, and I’m never stuck for words.  

 

Recent Columns:

July 2017 – Humility might save your life – Undergoing a colonoscopy won’t guarantee I never develop colon cancer. However, it will decrease the likelihood that I become a mortality statistic for the disease. More…
July 2017 – Canadian spirit runs in Rarebits – To honour Canada’s recent 150th birthday, I’d like to highlight a local group that I feel exemplifies the true spirit of our country. More…
January 2017 – Borrowed grandmother teaches us all how to live life to the fullest – As I inch closer and closer to becoming a member of the half-century club, I think I’ve finally figured out what I want to be when I get older. More…
* Excluding proper nouns.
Note: With over 165 columns published to date, I’ve given up trying to archive them all here. You can find most of them by visiting  www.waterloochronicle.ca and typing my name in the search field.

 

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