It has been a little over 5 and a half weeks now that we have been sheltering in place. As with anyone who deals with a chronic illness, reduced immunity, or those who are medically fragile, we began our ‘shelter in place’ a full… Continue Reading “WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD…WAYS TO SURVIVE “SHELTERING IN PLACE””
Update: our hummingbirds have returned! If there is something to remember during this pandemic that we are all facing right now, it’s that we have slowed down enough to appreciate the little things life offers. On Saturday morning, I made crepes…first time ever but… Continue Reading “The Forgotten Joys of Life”
Since this past week, I have been noticing so many wonderful things about our small town. Not only does it have a quaint and cozy atmosphere where neighbors wave as they pass each other while driving to and from places but it has at… Continue Reading “For The Love Of Small Towns”
A post from the word of the day challenge blog inspired me to post a blog today. Their word of the day is REST and it is a word I take very seriously 🙂 Rest is an important component of all of our lives and… Continue Reading “REST is…”
Beautiful scenery in Canada’s National Forests
nting and enjoying being hospitable to others seems to be a common trait in our family. And, for us, we wanted it to be all about Hygge. I’m not sure why it’s a common trait but I think it’s probably because of the fond memories we have of our growing up years. We had huge backyard get togethers’ and in the summer months when the evenings were still cool there would be a well built bonfire that lasted for hours with many people gathered around it.