Happy Thanksgiving to Our American Friends

thanksgiving poem

May today be the start of a wonderful tradition of gratitude that continues throughout the holiday season. I published this poem on Canadian Thanksgiving, and I think it really captures my feelings about gratitude. Simple Gratitudes – by Julie Boyer The light that shines when you flip a switch, The machine that sews to fix…

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Time for a Little Break

time for a little break

Time for a little break! I’m going to be doing some travelling over the next few weeks, into the first week of December and I’m not taking my laptop with me. So I’ll be taking a little break from blogging. I’ll still be sharing on Instagram and Facebook, however I’m focusing on family first this…

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Remember to Remember

On this day of Remembrance, who are you remembering? What are you most grateful for? Here is Canada we are truly blessed to live in a country without civil war and without major any military deployments in our lifetime. We know nothing of war on the home front and most of our parents don’t either.…

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The Election is Over – Now What?

election results

What’s done is done. For the next 4 years and for the coming decades (with new Supreme Court appointments), Americans have chosen their leader – by a very small margin and once again not by popular vote. What do we do now? The reactions around the world have ranged from cries of victory to the…

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How To Win The Election No Matter What

how to win the election

There is a big change coming for our neighbors to the south this week. There will be a new President elected and from what I have been reading, neither candidate ‘seems‘ to be a great choice to run the most powerful country in the world. So, how can we all win, no matter who is…

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