Our Everyday Moments
An interesting title, but I really was angry over a carton of eggs. It had nothing to do with the eggs themselves (they were surely innocent), but I was angry with a question that was haunting me all day and still continues to haunt me. When did we stop respecting our seniors? When did we stop caring for those most vulnerable in our society? When did we all become so selfish?
I normally love the holidays. I’m one of the first to get up my Christmas tree, I’m usually planning every family event I can get my hands on, and gleefully wrapping presents each night surrounded by either Christmas movies or music. This year was different for me. This year…. well, it hurt.
In our family, nothing says Fall and Halloween like a trip to our local pumpkin patch. We discovered Taves Family Farms AppleBarn last year and already decided that was where we were headed again this year! Located in Abbotsford, British Columbia, this farm is not only family run and in their 24th season but they have also been awarded the best u-pick in Abbotsford!
A couple of months ago, Alivia and I were at swimming lessons at Eileen Dailly pool, we were in the family change room when we started to hear crackling over the loud speaker, the change rooms are quite nosy so I couldn’t hear really what was being said. I brushed it off and went back to getting Livvy showered and dressed. Suddenly, the fire alarm started going off LOUDLY. In a
Redwood Park, located on over 80 acres is a gem hidden in South Surrey. Originally owned by twin brothers who were given 40 acres each from their father; they had a passion for exotic trees and filled this beautiful park with 32 different species native to North America, Asia and Europe. The brothers lived in a tree house on the property and a replica is located right by the trails.