Please take time out today to remember those who fought, those who are still fighting and those who have died for our freedom. My grandpa went overseas during World War II. If he hadn’t returned home, I would not be alive today. Every day I appreciate the sacrifices he made for me, his family, and…
Last night my youngest Little Man and I went out for supper with my dad and step-mom. My dad is not really technology inclined. He still owns a flip cell phone people! And he has no desire to go the smart phone route. He calls me every once in a while with an inquiry on how…
Honestly, I did not think I was going to make it to the Blissdom Canada conference this year. I kept telling people that I was not going. There was no way it was going to happen this year. It was too darn expensive. But then I received a wee bit of encouragement from Jennifer, a few gentle…
My oldest son, Big Boy, is eight years old and has saved up his birthday and Christmas money for the past couple of years to be able to buy his own iPad. He has patiently awaited for this day and is super eager to get his iPad. But Mommy has been really reluctant to go…
As a kid I absolutely loved playing with LEGO. It was a great way to pass the time and to let my imagination take over. DK has recently released a new book called LEGO Play Book. Inside the new publication LEGO fans will find hundreds of ideas on what to create with their brick collections.
Back in about 2008 when researching green ideas for our local Kinette club I unexpectedly came across the Boogie Board. And not the kind of Boogie Board you are thinking.
In one of the blogging groups I belong to a plea was made by Call Me Hannah’s mom to join in on the Free The Children’s We Scare Hunger Campaign.
I immediately went to the website to take a look at what We Scare Hunger is all about.
Blissdom felt like coming home. I was in my element. I was with people who understood me and embraced me wholeheartedly, faults and all.
I have not written in more than a week and that is because I have been so exhausted from my new reality. My practicum.
I have to just keep swimming.
Today I was outside… in the real world.
OK, maybe that sounded a wee bit over dramatic.
Especially since I go out in the real world all the time.