Two weeks ago, my writing group held their annual writing retreat. It’s a getaway I look forward to every year. The cottage is right on
It’s Christmas and all is merry and bright, right? Maybe…or maybe not. As we close out another pandemic year, this Christmas may not be all
Why is it so important we remember on Remembrance Day?
Lest we forget. We think we won’t but all too often we do.
Despite being a late beginner, I felt the magic of dance.
Besides the love of the game, it’s the comradery, learning to play with teammates, and a sense of purpose that make playing a sport so invaluable.
Finding motivation to keep chasing dreams is hard. Here are a few tips that have helped me.
“I knew that’s what I wanted to do—write stories that made the world a better place.”
It’s Bell #LetsTalk day in Canada, an initiative to talk about mental health. This year we need it more than ever. The past ten months
Here we are on the cusp of a new year. I feel like I’m standing on a precipice, shivering with anticipation, excitement, and a little
But Christmas reminds us that good news abounds! And it is for everyone.
There were a lot of great books to read this year! I’m so excited to share this list with you and I hope you’ll check
It’s been a year obviously, but if there is a silver lining it’s all the extra reading time that a lockdown brings. Did you make
What coping mechanisms do you use when trying something new? Do you dive right in or do you wait, think things through? Are you paralyzed
I thought it was dead but I was wrong. On the stalk where I’d cut a head of lettuce a few days before, new leaves
Who is your hero? What qualities make them a hero? I wondered about that term – we wield it so casually in our world. The
Over the last few years there has been one message that has rung in my ears like church bells echoing on a Sunday morning across
Today’s headlines read from some action movie or sci-fi novel don’t they? Pandemic. That word used to cause the blood running through my veins to
I’m a little late posting this because work, Christmas, a birthday, sickness, and New Year’s Eve get-together, all conspired to keep me busy but it
Christmas is almost here and it’s causing my heart to palpitate. I’m not even close to being ready! How did it get to be December
The mood is festive, people laughing and singing. The table is laden down with the best meats, cheeses and side dishes. There’s a chocolate fountain
As a child, getting lost in Woolco (not a typo, and yes it dates me horribly) or Sears was my worst nightmare. As a mom,
I spent my youth at the ball diamond. The sharp crack of a bat, the clang of the chainlink fence, and the smell of the
“You’re going to do great things for God.” Words, spoken as encouragement to many young leaders and Christians, seem harmless but in my experience, are
After the decadence of December, I like the simpleness of January and February. The white snow, and blank calendar spaces soothe my soul because those