Since I began blogging and have seen so many lovely photo blogs, I have started to view my world more keenly with a photographer’s eye. I’ve never taken a photography course and just use my iPad to take photos. I’m not a professional in any way but I have seen a few interesting doors in… Read More Doors
Every Thursday we spend the day at a farm that was dedicated to people who have special needs. We’re so fortunate to live so close to such a special place. Our students get an hour horseback lesson, grooming session and a few even clean the stalls. We all have lunch together, then take a short… Read More Farm Day
I’m not a very athletic person. I wrote about my lack of ability and my excuses in separate posts. You can read them here and here. I do go to a gym, however and I ride the stationary bike for forty to sixty minutes, three times a week. While I’m on the bike I watch a favourite show,… Read More I Love My Gym
Today in our Life Skills class we added soil to our potted plants. It was a very popular activity for our students who have autism. Some kids have sensory issues and don’t like to touch certain things but they all wore gloves and really dug into the dirt and were very enthusiastic. There was dirt… Read More Do You Like to Play in the Dirt?
I have “virgin” hair. A hairdresser told me that when I went to have it cut to send away to the “Angel Network”, a place where they make wigs for kids who have cancer. It means that I don’t colour, perm or tamper with it in any way. I don’t even use conditioner because I’m… Read More Hair Today….Gone Tomorrow
I just read a lovely blog by Pam Kirst called “Walking Out The Kinks”. You can read that Here. She is working her way up to a 10k walk. It got me thinking about how I used to walk 6k most days, a few years ago. I was going through menopause. (I hope that’s not to much… Read More Walking Out The Blues
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After so many months of zero book promotion I decided that it’s time to give my scribbles a tiny party. As always, life always finds it amusing to toss me a curve ball just when I’m getting ready to rock something. This time though, it’s tossed me something really interesting…
I read a wonderful book called “They Left Us Everything”. I was asked to do a book review on another site and thought my readers here might enjoy it too. You can read my glowing review here.
Today there was a contest in our local newspaper. It was to enter your garden shed. The contest was to discover the shed’s secrets. Is it a man cave? What is it used for? My garden shed is used for the usual things such as garden tools and lawn mower. It is very cute, however,… Read More My Little Shed