What did you do for Remembrance Day this year? We switched things up and instead of going to the Military Museum ceremony, we went to the Field of Crosses one on Memorial Drive. https://www.fieldofcrosses.com/ It was very moving and sobering to… Read More »Lest We Forget, Nov. 11, 2017
We recently celebrated Thanksgiving here in Canada. Instead of our usual routine of hosting family or driving to be with family, we instead drove out to the Okanagan in B.C. and had a feast of a totally different kind! The… Read More »A Thanksgiving Feast for the Senses
Going the extra mile! Recently, WestJet customer service reps, Linda and Barb, went the extra mile providing customer service like I have never encountered before. Both Linda and Barb helped me in a situation that was totally my responsibility to… Read More »WestJet goes the extra mile!
Yesterday we celebrated Canada’s 150th birthday. We have come a long way as a country, and my hope is that we continue to grow respect for all living things and truly realize how interconnected we are to one another and… Read More »Are you needing a Second Cup of Hope?
The mandate for the Tapestry of Women Conference is “To gather and support an interwoven network of women in the Cochrane, Morley and surrounding area working together to better our community and ourselves.” This is the 22nd year of holding this… Read More »Tapestry of Women Conference Results
In 2013, George Saunders delivered a speech to the graduates of Syracuse University which focused on the importance of kindness throughout our entire life. The speech was so well received; it was made into a book called Congratulations by the… Read More »Err in the Direction of Kindness
Study after study has proven the healing benefits of nature on a variety of areas of our health. Regular exposure outdoors: Decreases stress levels & depression – Dr.Shimi Kang, a Harvard trained doctor and best selling author of The Dolphin… Read More »5 Healing Benefits of Nature