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Sunny Side Up - Farewell to a good man

Sunny Side Up - Farewell to a good man

Neil Thom, former Publisher and General Manager of Yorkton This Week, died two days before Christmas of 2018. I’d expected the news, but it shocked me anyway. I knew Neil had cancer.
Sunny Side Up - Slow me down, Lord

Sunny Side Up - Slow me down, Lord

My beautiful travel mug, a gift from my boss, lay in pieces in the middle of 8th Avenue. It had managed to stay upright until my car hit the bump at the bottom of the driveway.

Sunny Side Up - Got questions about Heaven?

Hearing a heated squabble between her two young granddaughters, aged three and five, my friend removed the object of their dispute – her coveted cell phone.

Sunny Side Up - The mathematics of Ministry

What does a clergyman do, exactly? Having lived with one for over four decades, I can tell you what it has meant for him.

Sunny Side Up - Pop goes the nana

“I’m not having a heart attack,” I said. But no one listened. Things move fast when you show up at emergency complaining of chest pain and trouble breathing.

Sunny Side Up - Hit or miss, God is always near

The clock said near midnight, and the speedometer read 100 km/hr. Snow fell lightly, giving just enough sheen in our headlight stream to slightly decrease visibility.
Sunny Side Up - Never waste a vote

Sunny Side Up - Never waste a vote

I attended an election debate last night. It’s the third one I’ve watched or attended in the last few weeks. With only a few days left in the Federal election campaign, I feel the urgency of prayerful consideration of my voting privilege.
Sunny Side Up - Photographs of my father

Sunny Side Up - Photographs of my father

He’s ninety-six now, living in a residential care facility in B.C. I can’t call him on the phone anymore. He hears very little and struggles with dementia. Until my sister mentions my name, he doesn’t speak of me.
Sunny Side Up - Shine your Christmas light

Sunny Side Up - Shine your Christmas light

The lights of Christmas feel especially needed this very dark year; this COVID-19 year most people say they can’t wait to leave behind. But take hope: we will surely leave it behind, for every year in the history of the world has ended.
Sunny Side Up - Sometimes it takes a fire to remember

Sunny Side Up - Sometimes it takes a fire to remember

Last night I stood on the shoulder of the highway just a few hundred yards from our home, watching a wildfire threaten our local hospital and care facility. Flames leapt high over trees, higher with each gust of wind. The sky bled.