Happy FALL Everyone !
Wow where did the summer go and
I must say it was a glorious one especially for swimming which I
did a lot of until my pool went green. For those of you who don't know what that means it means I had an algae
problem and it took me the month of August to get it under control....ugh. It was very hot and very dry so I didn't have to mow
grass too often...yahoo. This also meant that I didn't
see much wildlife as they would stay in the forest to keep cool.
Our pond also dropped in the level of water so it's beginning to
look a lot like a wet land and not a pond.
Hopefully next year it will return to normal levels.
Musically speaking my new duo The
Honeys had a good summer. We performed in Thorndale at The
Purple Hill Country Music
Hall in June for the first time as a duo. We have both performed there
many times as solo artists so it was nice to do it together this time . In July we took the stage at
one of my favourite festivals, The Canterbury Folk Festival in
Ingersoll. August saw us filming our first Performance Video and
we are presently editing it. When it's ready to go I will be
posting a link to it on this page so stay tuned. August also saw me perform the role of June Carter in The Legend In Black Show at
The Carrot Festival in
Bradford. What a hot day that was 35
degrees C on stage....because of the heat the inside lining of my
shoes melted onto my feet
and so I went home with blue feet ! What I won't do for show biz. The Honeys are looking forward to sharing
the stage with the fabulous Nightbirds at The London Music Club this October and then in November I will be dusting off the June
heading to The Blackforest Dinner Theatre with the Legend In Black Show. For details on these shows all you have to
do is click
on the Appearances Page at the top of this page.
Well that's all for now
and I hope all of you will have a colourful FALL !
The short indie film that I acted in
in May 2014 has been released and if you would like to see it
all you have to do is click on the link below which will take you
This film is about a terminally ill older woman who has decided
she wants to end her life on her terms and so she has asked her
estranged daughter to help her do this. This film is only ten
minutes long but is a very powerful piece about assisted dying
which is a hot topic today in Canada.
Life is about the
journey not the destination .