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Honestly Rembrandt With a shocking lack of technical skill I’ve attempted to turn a Rembrandt Parable into a Youtube video. Please feel free to have a listen. And watch. But mostly listen. Cheers!
For years six years Rembrandt Rempel faithfully saved his money for a single purpose. He wanted his own car. Driving was Rembrandt’s secret passion. The open road beckoned to him. There was something romantic about driving across country; seeing the … Continue reading
Announcing a new Rembrandt Parable podcast: 83 Uses for a Penny. You can listen to it by following the link: Rembrandt Parables Podcast I hope you enjoy.
Check out my latest podcast: The Morton’s Hockey League. Because somebody still plays hockey. Just follow the link: Rembrandt Parables Podcasts
Herbie loved telling stories. And he was always on the look our for a new story to tell. He was in constant search for new creative outlets, but the creative muse is mysterious. Herbie first heard about NaNoWriMo while listening … Continue reading
I haven’t been posting as frequently this summer and I thought an explanation might be in order. As you may know, I write the “Rembrandt Parables,” a series of humorous stories centred around a coffee shop. Do date I’ve written … Continue reading