These dates are readily available in stores. We dare you to eat only one.Continue reading →
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My career as a public speaker began in grade six when co-narrating my school’s Christmas Pageant. During a few lulls between the class presentations, I threw in a bit of humour here and there. The audience laughed. At the end of the evening, our principal gave me my first review: “Margo is destined for something. Probably a detention.”Continue reading →
Mr. Hugh Power was my favourite teacher. I credit him for making me the writer I am today. He taught me how to type on the oldest machine in class, and challenged me to use the craft as an art form.Continue reading →
I’m the ‘owner’ of the imaginary Marge’s Diner … hundreds and hundreds served! From the early 1940’s to late 1950’s, my parents, aunts, and uncles owned variations of the Telkwa Cafe. You could say I come from a long line of cooks.
Good Cookin’ at Marge’s Diner – hundreds and hundreds served offers a treasure-trove of family memories, recipes, and anecdotes, including how the Telkwa Hall Rum Punch got its name.