Laundry Cat

By , November 26, 2013 9:11 pm

A few weeks ago we heard a commotion and a cry from the basement. We went to look.



Little curious miss Shadow had somehow jumped into the laundry bag hanging on the bannister.



She had to be “removed” from the bag by Val.

Curious cat.

Thomas Jefferson and the Quebec Values Charter

By , November 26, 2013 8:22 pm

If you know anything about Thomas Jefferson, author of the American Declaration of Independence, or the the so-called Quebec Charter of Values, read this Globe and Mail editorial (Nov. 20, 2013).


Coin Made After Caesar’s Assassination

By , November 5, 2013 9:37 pm

Roman coin celebrating the murder of Julius Caesar

I was looking for an interesting image to adorn a slide on which I discussed the Trial of the Assassins, an activity I do in my grade 11 world history class. I found this coin that was made by Brutus just after he and his co-conspirators killed Caesar. It was put on display in March, 2010 at the British Museum on the 2054th anniversary of his death.






Panorama Theme by Themocracy