Boo spent the afternoon at the “Boutique”. Advertisements
This one needs no explanation. We sometimes take our lives for granted. It’s only when we’ve lost someone close to us that we realize how precious life is. The more we give, the more we will receive. Happy Monday!
How cool is this iPad cover? It looks like an antique book. You can get them for laptops and phones too. I can’t wait until it arrives. Have you ever gone shopping and bought something for yourself?
I’m on my way to my daughter and grandson’s place. There’s a fun event tonight that we’ve been looking forward to. We want to take Oliver, who is 8 months old to see Santa for the first time. There will be live reindeer there too. The whole village will be lit up. It should be… Read More Miracle on Main Street
My goal was to get 300 followers by the end of the year. I got 300 a couple of months ago, much to my surprise and delight! I had no idea how to get followers when I started this blog this past summer. I had had another blog that I posted on Facebook. It got… Read More I’m proud to say I have over 400 followers!
I saw this cute picture and it prompted me to think about how I would respond. I’m sure I would choose accept. Even though I am 2 years away from retirement I still have many unfulfilled dreams. I’m looking forward to the next chapter in my life. I’m planning to promote my book, “Not My… Read More Your Dreams Are Calling You
I am entering this quote in Writer’s Quote Wednesday. You can enter here. Today’s quote is from a famous poet, Robert Frost. I took this quote to heart this past weekend when I knew it was time to do some soul work and write my part of the story in my book. The subject of the… Read More No Tears In The Writer, No Tears In The Reader#BEWOW
Today we woke up to the first snowfall of what usually is a very long winter in Canada. There’s something magical about the first snowfall and it prompted me to marvel at all 4 of our seasons.
My beliefs in the laws of attraction did save my life. They saved me from a life of grief and mourning to a life where I look forward to each day. I took the experience of losing my daughter and have created meaning from that. I’ve written a book about her life. I hope this… Read More Beliefs Have Power #Monday Blogs
Yesterday I attended a reunion at the high school I worked at for 13 years. I started the second year it opened. It’s a small school and only had grade 9 and 10 the first year I was there. It grew and grew and eventually had a whole new wing built before I left for… Read More Reunion