A month or so ago, I did an interview with Nathalie Sturgeon of the Brunswickan Newspaper. I was reading back over my answers to a couple of the questions that she asked me, and realized that I would like to share them here in my blog. So here goes! NS: Tell me about yourself. DH: […]
..exactly what it feels like to write a dissertation. (*a visual essay in self-portraits).
My lovely Dad – nice and warm in his new scarf that I knit for him!
Mum always taught us to say thank you, and I’m sorry when appropriate. In our little family I’m the birthday rememberer, the gift wrapper, and the note writer as those things matter to me deeply. At least, I thought that I was until yesterday morning. Our youngest came down stairs yesterday morning asking for “a […]
Yesterday afternoon I attended the University of New Brunswick’s 3rd Annual Powwow. It was a powerful afternoon of dancing for my mother, my two children, my niece and me. We had the privilege of witnessing: -Women’s Northern Traditional -Men’s Grass Dance -Women’s Fancy Shawl Dance -Women’s Jingle Dance Also, near the end, there was a […]
I took this from my desk 5 minutes ago.. Two Sewing by poet Hazel Hall The Wind is sewing with needles of rain. With shining needles of rain It stitches into the thin Cloth of earth. In, In, in, in. Oh, the wind has often sewed with me. One, two, three. Spring must have fine […]