Phyllis is a writer who has completed both basic and advanced writing courses and numerous writing workshops. Her short stories have been accepted for publication in books, newspapers, and the Word Weaver, a publication of the Writers’ Community of Durham Region.
Her personal high point was being long-listed (30/2400 entries) in the prestigious CBC Canada Writes short story competition.
Her stories and poetry are also included in books, such as Anthology: From a Cottage Porch, The Writing Spiral, Twelve Stories High, a publication of the Canadian Authors Association, and If This House Could Talk: A History of Henry House.
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This morning on church zoom we learned from Ben of his grandma’s death last night.
My thoughts were immediately with your family; your dad and your sisters and families.
Thanks for the beautifully creative piece about you meeting your mom.
I love your writings.
Condolences to you all.
Thank you, Eileen. I didn’t realize you attended the same church as Ben, but I’m glad you were able to find out. Times like these take me back to my childhood, and you and your family are part of those good memories. xo 😘
So nice to hear from you Eileen. I didn’t realize (or, more likely, forgot) that you attended the same church as Ben. Time like this bring back so many childhood memories, and your family is a big part of those. xo