The Bubbies & Zaida’s Blogging group is a project that endeavors to take being an Elder into the digital age. The goal of the blogging project is to introduce you to some elders in the community and invite you to see the world from their perspective. Perhaps you may see things differently after reading several stories about life on a different side of the mountain. Before we dive in and share our stories, we would like to introduce some of our bloggers.
January 03, 1969 I became a member of the Air Force, which was one the best decisions I have made. Basic training was took place at CFB Cornwallis from January until March. My trades training, a Finance Clerk took place at CFB Borden from March until June. After my training, I was posted to CFB Ottawa. I took my release the end of March 1976.
June 1978 I moved to the city of Calgary. Outside of my employment history, I experienced the joys of Ballroom and Latin Dance lessons; two stand-up comedy courses and one improv course; being a civilian officer with an Air Cadet Squadron and 15 years as a Toastmaster.
One of my proudest accomplishments is rappelling down a three story building Aussie style (face first), when I was involved with the Air Cadet Squadron about 17 years ago.
After WWII Bob served in both the Royal Air Force and Canadian Air Force and since retirement Bob continues his connections with friends in Aviation.
I sing, I act, I write...
and now I am learning computers!
|Margot with classmates Amalia and Tutor Del.
I have lived in many places including Israel, South Africa & Canada. was extremely proud when the large company that I was working for in South Africa sent me to Malawi (we had a branch there) to each them the accounting systems used at Head Office, which was in Johannesburg. I was there for a week and accomplished everything that was necessary.
I am a very ordinary person who adores her family, is very fond of animals and loves all kinds of music.
I also enjoy reading and movies and watching TV.