Monthly Archives: May 2013

Crafting for Hope

I always love crafting with my children.  I also feel it’s very important to teach children that we must always help others – whether it be giving a small gift to cheer a friend who is having a bad day, … Continue reading

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Spring Crochet

I’m currently working on a crochet project for Spring. A fun home decor item. Circle after colourful circle. Wonderful, somewhat mindless work. These are the centers of the granny squares and they will have the look of Spring flowers once done. … Continue reading

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When a Friend is Sick

As the title says, I have a friend who is sick. Not a cold. Not the flu. She has cancer. The big C. I wish I could say that she will get better. I wish I could say that she … Continue reading

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Spring Art

All of my children really enjoy art and crafting.  I love that my older girls are old enough to do a lot more advanced crafting.  As an Early Childhood Educator, I also have a lot of fun planning and crafting … Continue reading

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A Summer Bucket List

The end of the school year is quickly approaching.  It always amazes me how fast the school year goes by.  They seem to go faster every year. I love having my kids at home with me and always look forward … Continue reading

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Sending Hope and Love

We live a privileged life. I have always had a roof over my head, clothes to wear and food to eat. Although, like others, we struggle with finances at times, we are not suffering. Truth be told, we probably have … Continue reading

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Our Garden

There is something so satisfying about growing your own food. Every year I look forward to the planting season. My kids love helping to pick what we will plant and when the harvest is ready, they eat way more vegetables … Continue reading

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