Monthly Archives: November 2014

My Neighbour’s Cousin’s Father-In-Law Has the Same Thing

A few years has passed since a loved one had a heart attack and open heart surgery. It was an extremely anxious and stressful time. After daily hospital visits I would either phone or email friends and relatives with the … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day

It’s November 11th again. For Canadians, this November 11th, Remembrance Day, is even more poignant. Recent tragic and horrific events took place at the very spot many of us are gathering, as we do every year, to honour those, past … Continue reading

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Things Aren’t Always As Easy As They Seem

Things aren’t always what they seem or not always as easy as it sounds. A few months ago I received a Serger sewing machine. The accompanying CD was intended to demonstrate how to thread the four needles. Head twisted sideways … Continue reading

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