15 comments

  1. Hi Jim.. It’s nice to have a more personal link and a method of replying to your various musings. I look forward to hearing more from you. Somebody said “it’s not how many times you fall down that matters, it’s how many times you pick yourself up”.

  2. Nice to see you in the digital world Grandad! Will be reading every post 🙂 Much love from big sky country…

  3. Mr. Hume, I was fortunate enough to meet you a few times through Nic, and have thoroughly enjoyed your columns throughout the years. It was disappointing to hear that you and the TC had parted ways. It is a sad day when big business can no longer find it within themselves to have, albeit difficult, a face to face conversation. That said, I look forward to continuing to read what you have written, and wish you the best with your new Blog.

  4. Good luck Mr Jim – my husband Peter and I will follow on what you have to tell us – Dagmar in Victoria

  5. Best wishes on this new journey, we shall enjoy following you and continuing to read of your interesting ideas.

  6. As the years go by, one needs to hear of what was as well as what is. Nostalgia is a wonderful thing as it reminds us of our days in the sunshine. And this is what you have done and hopefully will continue to do Mr. Hume.

    The above may sound like the days of sunshine are over this codger, but they are not. I live in today’s sunshine as I hope you are and will continue to be.

    James

  7. Hi JIm, as a former HR professional I am shocked at the way “a higher power” chooses to dispatch bad news, What is wrong with looking the person in the eye and giving them the reasons for their decision ?
    Rather than make lemonade out of a bad situation by for example, a send off by a group of co-workers ?
    No, these cowardly types chose to leave a sour taste for all of us.
    Cheers
    Eric & Dorothy Dahli

  8. Your columns were a highlight of the Sunday paper, and I’m glad to see that you are well set up to continue your insightful comments on current and past happenings.

  9. Bless you, Mr. Hume — you didn’t make us suffer. It was such a pleasure to see your blog up and running so soon after the Times Colonist disappointed us by not continuing to publish your wise, witty and wonderful columns. I, and countless other faithful readers, would be lost without you. Long may you keep us informed and amused.

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