Newsletter 18

Newsletter 18

Hello all!

Some things that interested me this week, and I hope will be of interest to you too.

Here are my five items, links or suggestions that should get you some inspiration and information.

  1. Christmas week, a busy time of the year and this week, Christmas day falls on a Wednesday. How early can you get out to the fish market to get your fresh seafood? We went to the market a couple of days early, a drive out to Oak Ridges, a town just north of our town of Thornhill and one of the best fish markets around, Off The Hook Fish Market.  A great name as well don’t you think? Our family tradition is to have a meatless Christmas evening dinner, that includes a variety of seafood. This year, dinner consisted of salmon, scallops, mussels and shrimp along with homemade fettuccine and tomato sauce. To gather with family and to celebrate, to give thanks and to show gratitude, while respecting tradition, that’s what Christmas is all about for me.  
  2. I found this cool site “Let’s Talk Karate” and it gave me some great ideas for adding some new and exciting things to do in my Karate classes.  
  3. Christmas
    Christmas Celebrations

    and holiday traditions. The old and the new, the things that may become a tradition, such as getting together with new families, in-laws and grandchildren. This was the first Christmas that Nina and I went to our daughters house for Christmas dinner. It was the first time our daughter prepared the Christmas dinner – everything turned out fantastic and we all had a great time celebrating Christmas. 

  4. What about having a newly published book – what’s the deal with that? And what do you next? Starting to promote Samba on a Snowy Day and letting the whole World know I wrote a book. Sure it’s a children’s book, but I hope it’s one that parents will like to read to their children. Let me know if you want me to read Samba on a Snowy Day to your group of children, I am ready for the book tour, JK and SK classrooms around the World – or at least the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) here I come.
  5. What’s next?  How do you find creativity? Well, what about getting out, seeing and experiencing new things. The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto has what appears to be a fantastic free event, running from December 27th to the 29th – Light up the Dark and to warm up after watching this event, the good folks at Ago Khan are inviting people inside the museum for free.  And for the seven things you may have wanted to know about the Aga Khan but were afraid to ask I found this article in the Hamilton Spectator about the Aga Khan.  

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