Shih Poo Tales
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Dear Fans, Family and Friends,
Little Lion and I, like
to celebrate Mother’s Day with you
and to entertain
about the year 1967 when Montreal became
the host of 50 million happy visitors.
Time for a “Charlie Chaplin footie!”
Still a big hit in 2017!
This years celebration of Canada 150
may be seen by all in Canada
as a pleasant reminder,
that it is not a dream but possible
to live in peace with each other and
to celebrate mankind’s diversity in joy.
Canada and The World fell in love with
Expo ’67, Habitat ’67 and the young
Israeli descent Architect Moshe Safdie from
McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.
Now during the celebrations of Canada 150
this talented and succesful gentleman
who credits everyone else for
the success of
“Man and Its World”
is, to the joy of many,
in the public view again.
Even if you did not visit Montreal in 1967,
most likely you heard about the Expo ’67.
The famous architect candidly re-calls,
that he must have been
“a cocky young man at the time” to accept the Expo ’67 challenge.
Well, Canada and the world did not forget him.
The architect is in the news again.
This time in Magazine Canada Post’s
thrilling videos and their rare
collection of 2017 Expo ’67 stamps.
The Magazine has outdone itself with
other Canadian historical stories
to celebrate Canada 150.
Little Lion and I cordially invite you
to enjoy the above links.
It’s an enjoyable trip into the past
and mindboggling to view what can be achieved
through daring imagination, dedication,
skill, determination and collaboration.
Last but not least, Little Lion and I
are wishing All Mom’s and Mom’s-to-be
in the whole world of humans,
mother nature and not to forget
companion animal Moms of all kind a
Heartfelt thanks to everyone for the animations,
links and the artists and video makers.
Photos as usual by “Mistress Mommy”
and the snappy photographer,
he-he-he that’s “little rascal” me!
Have a fabulous two weeks everyone.
See you again on Saturday May 28th.
Around that time many gardeners will
be planting and showing off their annuals.
It’s time for my walk. Bye-Bye!
Have fun everyone and enjoy the journey back in time!
It’s a cool, silent documentary.