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These days, I find that photography and writing go hand-in-hand. If I don’t have any new photos, I’m unable to think of a post story. At the same time, if I don’t have any story ideas, I have no reason … Continue reading
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I have been closely tracking the great truck convoy for freedom going across Canada in protest of vaxx mandates. Trudeau tried to dismiss them alleging they were just a tiny…
The booster shots for the COVID-19 vaccines are here! CDC is recommending boosters be received 8 months after the second dose of the initial vaccination. However, people who are immune compromised due to certain conditions or medications are encouraged … Continue reading