I am, unapologetically, unashamedly and unabashedly Canadian. I am proud of being a Canadian, and I have a deep and unwavering love for my country. I can honestly say that I will never take Canada for granted!
Being in a Teacher family means being a slave to the school holidays. We are rarely able to take vacation outside of those days dictated to us by our school districts, which means we often have to pay premium rates for travel, accommodations and activities. It just means we need to save a little more […]
Let’s face it. February has gotten a pretty bad rap as far as months of the year go. It just hasn’t had a lot going for it. For starters, it’s short. Of all the months of the year, it is considerably shorter than all its eleven siblings. And by a whole two days! Here in […]
Today we’re having a snow day. We’ve had snow for the last four days, almost unheard of in our part of the world. Here on Vancouver Island when it snows, people start circling the wagons and rationing their provisions. No telling when we’ll be able to get out to the store again! It can actually […]
The Canadian physical education lobby group Participaction recently released their 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. If you haven’t seen it, I suggest you have a read. You can peruse a summary of their report card here. The report is an eye-opener when it comes to our children’s activities, and how […]
Do you have someone you’d love to emulate, or someone who’s values and integrity are what you aspire to? Do you have someone who saved you, who dragged you up from the depths and made you whole again? Or maybe someone who just inspires you? Do you have a hero? I have a hero. Howard […]