Do you have a tiny green thumb at home? You know, the kids who love to help dig in the garden and create bowls of different clippings and mud? The kids who love to get their hands dirty and run to check their little bean sprouts every morning? We have one of those, she’s been digging holes in the garden since before she could walk, she asks me every single
It’s been a little bit of a crazy winter in Metro Vancouver and I won’t lie, I’m longing for Spring and to be surrounded by flowers again. The constant snowfall warnings are starting to wear on me and I can’t wait to get into the garden. In the meantime though, you can join me at in enjoying the new “Blossom” display at Metropolis at Metrotown! The newest display is sure
I feel like we just finished up with back to school and now it’s already rolling into Fall and time to get ready for Thanksgiving! How did this happen!? A mom’s job is never done, am I right? When I feel overwhelmed knowing I have to do all the things, it’s nice to know I only have to make one stop to get everything I need. I’ve shared in the
If you’re anything like me, sometimes it just seems easier to toss your bottles and cans into the recycle bin outside your house and someone from the neighborhood inevitably collects them and returns them. While I love the little lady that comes around our neighborhood weekly to collect the bottles. I can’t help but be reminded of just how much money I am passing up by not returning them myself.
I love free. Samples, discounts, clearance, try before you buy; this is the language of my people. Especially when it comes to a large purchase or commitment. We also love music, and investing in our children, but realize that kids are fickle creatures prone to changing their minds. When our daughter, a Music Together Alumni, expressed her desire to continue with music lessons, we had the choice between voice and
Hats Off Day, one of Burnaby’s most beloved celebrations, is creeping up quickly; returning for its 32nd year this June 4th. It is a day for Burnaby Height’s merchants to say thank you; to ‘tip their hat’ to the customers and community that supports them. Everybody and their dog (provided they are friendly) are invited to this huge extravaganza, and costumes and/or hats are definitely encouraged! This year, the Heights Merchant’s