My family moved to Moncton in the summer of 1981. I started school at Moncton High in grade 12, final year of high school not knowing a soul. It was a challenge for me to make friends as the social groups were pretty well formed by that point. I went to my classes, ate my lunch alone in the cafeteria, and then went to the library to fill in the rest of the time. I tried out for the school musical, “Anne of Green Gables”, one of my all time favorite stories.
We have three cats in our house, and that means I spend a fair bit of time cleaning the litter boxes. Today, while I was at this task, I realized that even though Forrest Gump says that life is like a box of chocolates, it can also be a lot like litter boxes. Here are some of the lessons that I have learned: Continue reading “Lessons from the litter box”