Lorna M. G. Harris

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About me

Occupation Retired
Location Ontario, Canada
Introduction I am a retired teacher, writer and editor, living in a small town, who can spell better than she can type...
Interests dreams, dream groups, cats, disenfranchised grief, biking, bicycling, singing, church choir, Carl Jung, Helen Luke, myths, fairy tales, grief, gardening, writing poetry, films, Misery Bear, Father Matthew, Mystery Worshipper, Joan Didion's books, reading, religion, Anglican church history, The Beatles, cooking, urban planning, historic buildings, restoration of historic buildings, Haden Institute, Cartoon Blog by Dave Walker, summer dream conference, square dancing, Apple Farm, lunching with friends, genealogy
Favorite Movies Antwone Fisher, Samsara, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Undefeated, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Hunger Games, A Separation, As It Is in Heaven, Margin Call, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Artist, Bend it like Beckham, Sideways, Casablanca, African Queen, Lawrence of Arabia, Borat, Another Year, In a Better World, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, The History Boys, Triage, Lawrence of Arabia, Sleepless in Seattle, Alastair Sim's A Christmas Carol, It's Wonderful Life, Triage, Four Weddings and a Funeral, The Dish, A Private Function, Cleo, Goodby Mr. Chips, and many many more!
Favorite Music Too much to mention - mostly classical...church music...choral pieces...The Beatles...Rock and Roll, 40s Big Band, John Geddes's annual CD
Favorite Books also too many to mention, but here are a few: Ronald Wright's essays, Louise Penny mysteries, Divine Comedy translated by Dorothy Sayers, The Tempest, Anne of Green Gables, Robert Johnson's He, She, We, The Song of Solomon, Religion and the Unconscious, The Prodigal God, The Myth of the Eternal Return, Transformation Symbolism in the Mass, The Mind of the Maker, The History of Last Night's Dream, Grief Dreams, Grimm's Fairy Tales, , The Creation of Patriarchy, Helen Luke, novels by P.D. James, Dick Francis