Thoughts of a Thoughtful Man
By Richard Le Sueur
Thoughts of a Thoughtful ManSep 09, 2022
Jodi Calahoo Stonehouse - A Thoughtful Discussion
Today I had the great pleasure of talking with Jodi Calahoo Stonehouse, MLA for Edmonton-Rutherford in the Alberta Legislature.
We started, and finished, talking about Kiwanis, covering a number of other areas inbetween.
All in all, a great and thoughtful conversation.
Métis Art - A Candid Discussion With Krista Leddy
Contemplating De-Cluttering - What To Do?
There comes a time for most of us that we realize that maybe, just maybe, we have too much stuff. Perhaps we're becoming empty-nesters, moving to a smaller place, or moving out of the country. Also we become older and don't want to leave a house full of stuff for our kids to figure out.
Whatever the reason, there will be some time when we have at least contemplate cleaning house, de-cluttering.
Made It To 2023 - Now, What's Next
It's been a while since my last podcast, so am starting 2023 by talking about why that was so, and looking to the future.
Also, this podcast is available, with video, on my YouTube channel.
Thank You Medical Workers
A few words in appreciation of those who work in various medical professions.
It's A Wrap - A Successful WINGMAN Campaign
With the WINGMAN Campaign now completed, we visit with Rhonda Janzen from WINGS to find out how everything went.
Be it known, the campaign was a success, and you can listen to Rhonda talking about so many great aspects of the program.
While funds were raised by the WINGMEN they were matched, up to $20,000 by the EPCOR Heart & Soul Fund.
We also want to recognize sponsors of the program.
To learn more about my "Wee Internet Empire" please visit my website at LeSueur.ca.
When Do We Fire Up The Furnace?
Here in Western Canada an annual occurrence is that Fall comes, the temperature drops and becomes necessary to heat our homes. This process is achieved by firing up the furnace.
WINGMAN Campaign - Supporting WINGS
Today, Rhonda Janzen from WINGS is back with me to talk about their WINGMAN campaign. This campaign is currently running in it's second week and I am participating in it for the second year, so watch for my photo.
Talking With Rhonda Janzen About WINGS - Women In Need Growing Stronger
Today we talk with Rhonda about WINGS, and how they support women and their families as they escape from domestic violence situations.
Talking YouTube With Rob
Rob Truscott and I talk about various aspects of having YouTube channels.
Three Days In 1988
Sharing memories of driving to a military course from Edmonton to Borden.
Introducing My Friend, Rob Truscott
Today, for my first podcast guest I would like to introduce Rob Truscott, a friend and fellow veteran.
Rob will join me on a number of podcasts in the coming months, as we discuss many different subjects.
First Time Fishing In Masset
After being posted to Masset, BC in 1977, I had occasion to venture out on my first fishing trip with other members of my shift. This is a summary of what it was like.
What A Sneeze!
During my life I have been known for a few things, one of which is my sneezes. Here I relate the effects of three sneezing episodes which may bring a smile or a chuckle.
Alert Experience of Wonder
Today I share with you an experience I had in the late 1970's in Alert, at the northern tip of Ellesmere Island.
Valen Is 21
An expression of pride as our grandson Valen reaches his 21st birthday.
Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers
Four friends have earned and received this distinctive recognition of their volunteer activities.
What's Ahead - Podcast & More
Bit of a preview for the podcast and the rest of the Wee Internet Empire.
Melaka Morning Memory
Tap To Remember
Today I share bit from a presentation by Trisha Yearwood when speaking of her husband, Garth Brooks.
Introducing Our Second Home
As we work into becoming Snowbirds, we will be leaving Edmonton and traveling west, not south. Way west!
A bit of a ramble about doing nothing, not intentionally, but kinda down in the dumps type of thing.
Mike's Remembrance Day
A fellow veteran was able to celebrate Remembrance Day in his own driveway, thanks to the efforts of his daughters.
Photo courtesy of MJ Rench.
Remembrance and Appreciation
Recalling the feelings I had when taking part in Remembrance Day ceremonies, November 11, 2018.
Reflections On A Saturday Morning
Karma Needed Again??
A bit of a follow-up to my last podcast after another harrowing incident.
Karma Is A Bitch - And I Hope She Finds You Soon
A friend of mine, a fellow veteran, is a ambulance paramedic who works just north of Edmonton. This podcast explains why he, his family, as well as his friends and co-workers are thankful, on this, Canadian Thanksgiving Day.
Thoughts About Family
Trying different things as I get into the podcast arena. This time incorporating my recent blog post entitled "Thoughts About Family".
Comments and feedback are always appreciated.
And Away We Go
Finally! The first actual podcast is up and running for your listening pleasure.
Comments are always welcome.
Getting The Podcast Thing Going
A bit of an introduction and trailer to get my podcast going. Have to start somewhere ya' know.