Ask anyone who knows me and they’ll tell you how much I love books. Books, chocolate, and travel… my top three, not in any particular order. But,… Read more “How Novel! (Share Your Favourite Book and You Could Win! Vlog #4 and #5)”
Last night was our monthly meeting of Gertrude, or How Novel!, our book club of nearly 15 years (and counting)! Where would I be without the camaraderie… Read more “Girlfriends”
With the end of 2017 (the crap year that it was), and the start of 2018, I made a commitment to open myself to trying new and… Read more “A Month of Firsts!”
It’s mental health awareness week and in just a few days it will be Bell’s Let’s Talk day… a topic close to my heart and important for… Read more “Let’s Talk”
Well, the first week has come and gone, and it was nothing short of amazing! I can’t say enough how kind, helpful, and friendly EVERYONE on campus… Read more “Week One”
I started my new job! This is how the day played out…
In tandem with my first blog post, I’ve made another short video trying to express how I feel about changing careers… take a peek!
I started thinking that if I were to interest anyone who doesn’t know me to check out my blog, I suppose I should give a little background… Read more “She Works Hard For The Money…”
While I work on my first written blog post (and navigate WordPress for mobile), I thought I’d include a few of my favourite pictures here with explanations…
This first picture was taken on Zanzibar Island in 2014. The school children had walked to the beach as a class and as you can see, all of the young boys are in the water swimming while all the girls are on the shore, fully covered (even gloves), watching.
The next photograph was taken while on a walk in Zanzibar Town (birth place to Freddie Mercury!).
The next photo was taken while on a hike in Peru near Machu Picchu. The colours there are so vivid. And the people know the meaning of hard work.
The next is a photo of one of my favourite places on Earth: Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario Canada.
This last photo is a quiet, cold morning on a walk in London, Ontario.