Silkscreen for rare 1949 Mural Scrolls by Joan Miró

Microsoft will disconnect me on 15 October 2020. No, I can’t remember my password. My memory is failing me and Microsoft is a monopoly. They have suggested I purchase Office 365 once again. But I can no longer purchase Microsoft Office. That will not work. They will still ask for my smartphone number which is disabled. I cannot operate a smartphone. I need a cell phone for seniors. I have been up until 4 o’clock in the morning trying to remember. I have a phone number: 819 791-2447, if my memory serves me well.

I would like them to phone me until I purchase a cell phone I can operate. Smartphones will not work for me. I’m at a loss with technologies. I’ll have to purchase a phone for seniors.

My friend John sent me an email. He says I must return my hair to a dark colour. It was jet black. My hair and my face do not match. I’ve aged slowly. That picture is the real me. I’m not even wearing make up.

There is more to say about Confederation. Precedents influence a new constitution. The Constitution of 1867 is online. Article 93 and 133 of the Constitution stem from precedents. They were repeated in the Act of Union (1840/1841).

Given that I am long-winded, paragraphs were eliminated from the post I published yesterday. It doesn’t harm the post and the current length probably means that it will be read be very few people.

Lord Durham resigned his position because his report was criticized by Parliament.

I had also written that the Rebellions of 1837-1838 have been classified as Atlantic Revolutions. These include the French Revolution, the American Revolutionary War, and the European wars of 1848. These were rebellions against oligarchies (the few ruling the many) or colonial powers helping themselves to money levied in the Colonies.

The most violent event stemming from Lord Durham’s report is the terrorist branch of the FLQ (Front de libération du Québec). Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau put an end to what could have generated more violence. Prime Ministre Pierre Elliott Trudeau was an extraordinary leader. That unfortunate event is known as the October Crisis.

I have inserted my latest posts on Quebec in Canadiana 1. It’s a page.

My posts can be very long.


We cannot change the past, but we have a future we can shape.

© Micheline Walker
7 October 2020