Online Schooling…Take Two

I’m now officially finished grade 11, which is weird because it still feels somewhat like March. But I’ve also now “started” grade twelve, taking an online course for the month of July. It’s Challenge and Change in Society (in French) and so far it’s been very...

Transitions

So my youngest child turned 18 on the weekend. I knew it was coming and I’d been thinking a lot about transitions leading up to this momentous date. She was moving from a child to an adult; I was moving from a mother to….what, exactly? Since motherhood has...

Bracelets & Podcasts

During the first two weeks off of school, I didn’t really have a schedule. I slept in, had breakfast (which was really lunch), and switched between tasks, not really interested in anything. Eventually I realized I’d need to do something different in order to feel more...

Bread

Well I don’t know about you but, I have certainly found peace and comfort in baking. I have made cookies, birthday cake, banana bread and pie. The staple that is giving me the most delight is BREAD. Yummy, homemade out-of-the-oven slightly crisp, delicious...

Exploring

Shhhhh! Don’t tell anyone else but I actually LOVE being at home! An introvert at heart, I feel most comfortable when I’m home and the enforced isolation is providing me with a bit more time to explore a few things I’ve been meaning to get to. With a...
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