Sunday, October 01, 2006
Some will say they click “read more “ and there’s nothing in there.
You are 100% correct.
Some days, I just don’t feel like writing so I just post a picture.
Of course many would be just as happy that I didn’t write because of my bad grammar. ...lol...
I have many issues to write about but I don’t feel like it.
Trust me? Once I get the urge? Look out!!!
From now on? If I write a long blog? I will add - READ MORE INSIDE THIS BLOG!!!!
Now, I received a few emails asking me the reason they don’t receive an update from me anymore?
I can’t send them in a group because Yahoo blocked me from sending email in a large amount.
I feel like some powerful bureaucrats are trying to silent me but this is almost an impossible task because I’m not going nowhere.
I no longer send out updates and I still manage over 300 visitors per day so therefore I’m a happy camper.
The comments are getting a little personal but I still manage to put 98% of the opinions in the blog.
I believe the blog is doing ok and it’s going to get really interesting during the next few weeks because this week I’m meeting with the New Brunswick Human Rights.
We're going to have a new speaker who will decide if my banning is water under the bridge or I keep on fighting the bureaucrats at the New Brunswick Legislature for the next four years.
I know it’s hard to believe but I do have an open mind. The issue of the Legislature could become very very very emotional for some people because I’m on the paper trial and I am not a happy camper.
I wrote a letter to the editor of the Irving paper but Jamie Irving didn’t print it. < This could also become another issue >
I just wish to be left alone and keep on blogging but some individuals just wish to shut me up and I’m afraid this is not going to happen in the near future.
Slain soldier was 'far from ordinary,' says mother
Last Updated: Friday, September 29, 2006 | 12:55 PM CT
The mother of a soldier who was killed in Afghanistan earlier this month said Friday that he was a caring man who truly believed he was helping people overseas.
Cpl. Keith Morley, who was from Winnipeg, was one of four soldiers killed by a suicide bomber on Sept. 18.
Della Morley, mother of Cpl. Keith Morley, who was killed in Afghanistan, reads a statement to reporters Friday morning before his private service.
"In many ways, he grew up an average Canadian boy, but he was far from ordinary," Della Morley said to reporters outside the family home before a private memorial service in the afternoon.
She said her son was someone who deeply cared for his family.
"Children were drawn to him. He could so easily have been one of them. He loved his dog … and laughed at his puppy antics. Keith always found the perfect gift for each and every one of us."
Cpl. Keith Morley (in undated handout photo) was among four Canadian soldiers killed in a suicide bombing on Sept. 18.
Morley, as well as Pte. David Byers, 22, and Cpl. Shane Keating, 30, was with the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, based in Shilo, Man.
Funerals for Byers and Keating were also scheduled for Friday, in Ontario and Saskatchewan respectively.
The attack that claimed their lives also killed Cpl. Glen Arnold, who had been stationed with 2 Field Ambulance based out of CFB Petawawa northeast of Ottawa.
Morley's casket returned to Winnipeg on Sept. 23 on what would have been his 31st birthday.
Della Morley said her son first expressed interest in joining the Armed Forces in junior high school. Before going to Afghanistan, he served two tours in Bosnia, in 2001 and 2003.
"He served his country with pride and certainty that missions there and in Afghanistan would better the lives of the people in those troubled nations," she said.
Keating's funeral was also scheduled to take place Friday, in Saskatoon.
1- Floor Hockey
4-Track and Field
5-Cross Country Skiing
Mike will be in Toronto to accept an award for the greatest athlete in Canada for the first time on behalf of the Special Olympics.