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The Storm Project

Hello, Internet! Welcome to the launch of The Storm Project, which, if you haven’t figured out already, is a blog. My blog, specifically.

What happens at a blog launch, I’m not entirely sure, but feel free to make a cup of tea and mingle among the, er, crowd. Take notice of all the twinkle lights I put up earlier, glittering in the low light of the early 1900s theatre against varnished wood, and the artfully stacked books, and the bean bag chairs by open fires so you can talk about your favourite books with a fellow book lover. Everyone is wearing beanie hats, even Jane Austen and Oscar Wilde. So please, be welcome, be merry, and try not to spill tea on any of the books. You will suddenly become the target for a hundred literature-protective bookworms.

Now, you can take your seats — leave a bean bag chair for…

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  1. Diane-I have been trying to reach my first cousin for years with no results. Would you be able to help me? I am 76 years of age and am hoping to meet her before one of us dies. She was Joyce Goddard and married young ,as did I. her last name is now Kirschner.(may be spelled incorrectly).She wrote to me in 1954 and I lost her address. The last I heard she was in Pennsylvania U.S.A. She and I each have a son born in 1953. He was named after his Dad “William”. She is around 74 years old.Her parents died quite young. Her Father’s name was Alison Goddard and he was killed in a car accident in 1943. Her Mother was Mae Minor and I understand she committed suicide in her early years (this could be incorrect). I have a picture of her son,. Could you possibly help me? Thank You so very much, Joan

    • Hello Joan, I’m not familiar with this family, but if the family is from either New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland, I can post a query with my column in the newspaper. Please, let me know if they are from the province.

      Unfortunately, I’m not able to research the family trees of others. Perhaps someone who sees this on the website might have an answer.

      Thank you. Diane

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