Do the Right Thing Even When No One is Looking
Most Canadians would agree that ethical behaviour is pretty simple — do the right thing even when no one is looking.
And, if you’re not sure what the right thing is, it has been suggested one could apply the “Front Page of the Newspaper” test.
In other words, simply ask yourself if you would be comfortable seeing your act described on the front page of the newspaper and being read by your family, friends, and associates.
Ironic isn’t it that two formerly respected journalists — Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin —appear to have failed…
Posted on 05-19-13
My Mother Planned to Name Me Wendy
My mother planned to name me Wendy.
But, when her Ukrainian mother-in- law came to visit her in the hospital shortly after my birth, she misheard the name as Windy. Her response was not positive.
My Baba said somewhat scornfully — and you’ll need to read this with a thick Ukrainian accent — “Windy? Who ever heard of a baby named Windy?”
As a result, my mother decided to name me after her younger sister and I became Brenda.
While I like the name Wendy, there is something special about being a namesake especially when the person…
Posted on 05-05-13