Why I Love Snow Days

If you live in Canada, you’ve experienced a Snow Day.  As a kid, winter mornings always started with Mom turning on the radio.  I don’t think we ever really listened to the radio, except on winter mornings.  We kids would slowly get ready for school while keeping one ear open to hear that beautiful sound,…

Freebie Friday: Response Form = Time Saver!

Ever wish you had an easy, online, FREE way to get information from a bunch of people?  For example, when you need contact info from people interested in volunteering for Parent Council, or for your home business, or even for a wedding or say, a women’s conference for church?  Enter Wufoo — an easy-to-use online…

{Encore} That Place We Go …

This was originally posted July 26th, 2011. According to family lore, my grandparents had a very eventful honeymoon. “Oh?” I can hear you saying. “How so?” The story goes like this.  After a beautiful ceremony and reception attended by close family and friends, Don & Marie left amid cheers and the clatter of tin cans…

The Agony of Annoyances

“We are wise to force ourselves to keep differentiating between simple inconveniences and authentic tribulations.  The more detached and self-absorbed we become, the more we mistake annoyances for agonies.”  ~ Beth Moore I’ve been reading I Am Malala, a book given to me for Christmas (thank you, Jill!).  If you have a TV and watch…