Disciple of the Digital Age

Yesterday my daughter sent me a letter from Russia, Pushkin Mountains, the place where the big Russian poet Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin and his family lived. Now it’s Museum there. The visitors are encouraged to write a letter to their parents with the expression of their gratitude to them (good idea!), using then contemporary writing tools: …

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As a Translator I was Working at Webinar “Basics of Regeneration” of Russian Doctor Arkady Petrov for three hours on September 29, 2018 at 11-00 a.m. Moscow Time

Cheechum Soby called me ahead of time to help her to participate at the Webinar of Russian Doctor Petrov who for the past 20 years has been practising the new informative technology of regenerating human organs. Lots of ads are on this topic, doing these things, including Dr. Grabovsky. As for me, non-believer in such…

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Global Fest in Calgary,AB on August 16-25, 2018

Always we watched the Fireworks Global Festival from not far home In North East of Calgary. This year we were presented with the entrance tickets to the Elliston Park by the Philippino girl, so we hurried up to see what is inside the cultural event: Pavilons of Africa, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brasil, Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park,…

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Meet: Serghei Alixei

Serghei called me “mamochka” since the first time he saw me. Why? Because he lost his Mom five years ago. Something warm and motherlike was in my personality that reminded him about his own Mom. She suffered a lot from disease and he knew that. But as happened often in real life: too many businesses…

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Happy New 2018 Year, my Dear Readers!

  Not many hours are left before coming to Canadian soil a Happy New 2018 Year. We would like to wish you a very prosperous, healthy and safe year to come. As it is mostly loved and celebrated feast of the year, we want you to listen to this beautiful performance of “Nutcracker” by New…

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