Canadian Winters can reach sub zero temperatures, leaving many of us to grab whatever is available to keep warm. Before you reach for the black bubble jacket... Let's take a lesson from the First Nations people who know how to keep warm while looking Hot Hot Hot. Many americans talk about moving to Canada with … Continue reading Ultimate Winter Wear Outfit
Here is a my list of 10 essential wardrobe pieces needed in any women's closet. Pendleton fleece coat - Like this pendleton coat I'm in love with from Janine's Custom Creations. facebook.com/…89512936232/904189512936232 A Crisp white button up shirt - like this one... additionelle.com/…eeve-dress-shirt/759583 Cardigan - goes with any jeans/leggings. pendleton-usa.com/…708/c/2400/pc/1815.uts White t shirt - Yes, a man's … Continue reading 10 Must have wardrobe pieces
The school year is wrapping up and coming to an end. And these past few weeks have been a whirl wind of activity throughout our home. Since my last Blog post, my husband Todd had a birthday, my sister and her husband had birthdays-Ingrid and Dean. As did our oldest daughter Winona. And yes, I … Continue reading My Daughter Belle Graduated!
My daughter Deja turned 18 on Wednesday. We had a huge birthday party for her at Boston Pizza. We got her favorite cake, Black forest. Deja's biological family was present. I think the entire restaurant shook when our group regaled her with 'Happy Birthday'. The waitresses were so impressed that they told us over and … Continue reading Deja turns 18!
I had to face the facts. Things weren't working for me. They hadn't been for along time, maybe longer than I realized. I was stressed, and I was scared. I was frustrated and I felt alone. Things wouldn't work. My life wasn't working. My health wasn't working. My relationships - not working. It was manifesting … Continue reading Akamayimohk (Never give up)
When I first met my husband, I knew he was the one. It was instant. I also knew we would have a family. And years later, after dating and getting to know each other, we did. My husband and I had three daughters in five years. In that time we got married, went to school … Continue reading Family has to stick together
I was listening to the radio this morning on my way to drop my daughter Tia off at work. The radio dj's were talking about adult coloring books. They talked about how adult coloring books are big sellers on Amazon and basically how the coloring books are taking the world by storm. They even announced … Continue reading Do what makes you happy
I needed a year to think things over. Just kidding. Inside joke. All jokes aside, its been a crazy year. A year full of wonder, surprise, disappointment at times and lots of change. Change is good, and yes, change can be scary. How can you make sense out of senseless situations? You can't. But there … Continue reading Trusting God in Tough Times
My class instructor for the 'Change It Up Entrepreneur Program', Leiha Crier asked me a few weeks ago what scares me the most? and what can I get done? I immediately thought finishing a book project scares me and I can get one done! (yikes) I had written many poems and much prose over the … Continue reading My first manuscript-complete, well sort of
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