Comfortable Kitchen Cookbook

October 3, 2018 at 2:10 pm Leave a comment

Yesterday, I spoke to the Probus Women’s Club of Kitchener Westmount. Anne Laird, part owner of the Book Express in Cambridge drove me there and took boxes of my books to sell to the members. She was happy to attend such a cheerful gathering; everyone gave both of us such a warm welcome. Anne sold, and I signed all the copies of my Comfortable Kitchen Cookbook that Anne took from the store.

It turned out that one of my friends from Trinity College was a member. I hadn’t seen Cathy (Drake) for years, but we picked up right where we left off all those years ago. What a delightful reunion! In fact Anne and I were invited to stay for lunch where Cathy and I reminisced about Trinity friends including a dear friend (Lee Milne) who died recently after a seven-year long and courageous battle with cancer. When I got home I dearly wanted to call Lee to describe the meeting with Cathy. But it just made me sad to think I couldn’t talk to her. Friends, either long-time or newly found, are indeed valuable. Keep them close.


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Making a quick and colourful soup on CTV’s Noon News on January 16, 2018 Signing cookbooks in Creemore.

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