Something Funny

Something Funny

Some elderly women I talk to complain about their husbands. The Beatles were quite right to worry about who would feed them when they turned 64.

I’m interested in the sport of water polo, but my pony doesn’t swim.

Isabelle is a writer who was a long-time resident of McCauley.

More in this issue

Neighbourhood Views

  • Oilers Legend at the Rink – Former Edmonton Oilers star Marty McSorley played shinny hockey with the children at the McCauley Rink on February 15 as part of an after school skating program run by E4C, the City of Edmonton, McCauley Community League, and the Oilers Alumni Association. Dan Glugosh

  • Zero Carbon Homes for McCauley – From left: Godo Stoyke, Anna Bubel, Shanthu Mano, and Martin Garber-Conrad (not pictured) hope to build zero carbon homes in McCauley. They purchased this property at 9329 109 Avenue to be the very first. It will be torn down and rebuilt. Paula E. Kirman

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Upcoming Themes

Our theme for April’s issue is “Freedom.” What does freedom mean to you? What are things you do in your life that make you feel free? How have you overcome obstacles to freedom in your life? Deadline: March 12. Articles should be no longer than 500 words and accompanied by photos whenever possible. Send your work to: