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12 Days of Styxx, 2018 Edition: Day 12

Welcome to a year in the life of our greyhound/lurcher Styxx, compressed into twelve daily posts leading up to Christmas.

We’ve arrived. It’s Christmas Day. Styxx, Gail and I wish you all the best on this special day!

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12 Days of Styxx, 2018 Edition: Day 11

Welcome to a year in the life of our greyhound/lurcher Styxx, compressed into twelve daily posts leading up to Christmas.

Gail and Styxx on the doorsteps of the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation (WAF). Styxx was the star of my show at WAF, Walking Styxx. October 28, 2018.

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12 Days of Styxx, 2018 Edition: Day 4

Welcome to a year in the life of our greyhound/lurcher Styxx, compressed into twelve daily posts leading up to Christmas.

Taking a break on a very hot day in Assiniboine Park, June 10, 2018.

 

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12 Days of Styxx, 2018 Edition: Day 2

Welcome to a year in the life of our greyhound/lurcher Styxx, compressed into twelve daily posts leading up to Christmas.

Styxx takes a walk along the Assiniboine River after a fresh fall of snow on March 5, 2018.

Card, February

In The News Today

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Gail proudly showing off the two-page spread about Navigating Hope.

It’s been a good Saturday morning for Gail and me.

We opened the Winnipeg Free Press (Saturday, October 13, 2018) over coffee and toast, flipped to the 49.8° (Altitude At Latitude) section, pages F7-8 to find a two-page spread with photos from our Navigating Hope project. Kittie Wong from the Winnipeg Free Press did a wonderful write-up of our project and Free Press photographer Phil Hossack took a great family photo (Gail, me and our greyhound, Styxx).

If you can, take a look at the print version of the paper. The article can also be found online at https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/entertainment/arts/sidewalk-therapy-497192111.html

If you would like to view a complete set of Navigating Hope blog posts on WalkClickMake, click here to view an archive of posts.

Many thanks to the Winnipeg Free Press, Kittie Wong and Phil Hossack for their fine work. And, of course, support your local newspaper with a subscription!

 

Navigating Hope: Gail’s Epilogue

For 10 weeks now David has been marking, in pictures, our way through active treatment for my breast cancer. There has been a seemingly endless parade of appointments and procedures during what we have come to term (borrowing from Fidel Castro) the “Special Period”.

We are fortunate. Throughout treatment, we have been able to walk between our home and CancerCare Manitoba – 50 minutes each way along the leafy residential streets of central Winnipeg.

Active treatment ended last week with my ringing a bell. (more…)