Pj Kwong is a self-proclaimed Word Broker who goes by the motto: I read them. I write them. I speak them. A fascination with other languages and a bilingual start to her education has helped carve a successful career as a PA announcer at 5 Olympic Games among many other events. The 25+ years as a figure skating coach has enabled her to talk skating in depth happily on CBC since 2007. The person rather than the accomplishments is how she approaches her subjects and her life.

A Tale of Two Cities…Planets Really…Mine and British Airways’

Life is pretty simple in my mind; when offered the opportunity to make the world a better place by helping someone, you take it. British Airways had that opportunity on Monday and chose not to take it. This blog isn’t intended to make anyone do anything or change the minds of the powers that be […]

Volunteer at the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games -says Patrick Chan

        If you know me at all – you know I am a Winter Sport girl. All that has started to change. It started with an Instagram mini-video of 3x World Champion and 2X Olympic Silver medallist Patrick Chan working out on a trampoline. Hmmmm…if the ultimate winter champion can make the […]

COS Margaret Garrison Annual Show

    I will admit that this is late. But teacher, I have an explanation: My computer, for no good reason that I could see, decided that it didn’t like my home address. It decided that my home was an unsafe place from which to blog. I am not sure why. But I do know […]

Terrific Turkey – Fairy Chimneys and Open Air Museum in Cappadocia

    Getting the chance to holiday in Turkey between the Olympic and Paralympic Games offered me the opportunity to experience something different. From  Istanbul, my friend and I travelled to Cappadocia for a quick 2 day one night stay. It started off as a bit of an adventure (no rurpise there) since I thought […]

Sochi Bagpipers – City Pipes Band

    You read that right. Sochi and bagpipers in the same breath. I ended up at Wheelchair Curling for the last two weeks of my Sochi experience. Although the rink I skated at as a kid was open to the curling sheets beside it, the only thing that came back to me about the […]

It’s Medical – I like to call it ‘Hurp-ful’ – Another Sochi Adventure

Hello family and friends! I have shared with many of you (some of you would call it whining) that I have a sore shoulder that stems from having broken my stupid wrist while stupid skating. I found out from my Russian buddies here in Sochi that the massage therapists were great at our Sanatorium so […]


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