💀The skeletons on my street dance beneath a full moon as werewolves howl and gather round to celebrate their favorite night. 🎃Halloween is here!🎃 Witches brew sticky potions simmering in cauldrons 👻while ghosts and goblins wait their share. “Achoo!” went the tooth fairy. 👹Scary monsters and silly ones too👺 ring spooky doorbells in their quest…Continue reading Wishing Everyone a Very Happy Halloween !
In last week’s post I shared part 1 of The Seekers. I wrote that I’d share the second and final part this week, but I forgot that it would be Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. We celebrate a lot earlier than our American neighbors. As I write this post, the turkey is roasting in the…Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving to My Friends in Canada!
Before the Rain I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, so I decided to come clean and share why I’ve been absent – aside from my road trip. It was a nice trip by the way. We were gone for a week, making it one of our shorter trips. We usually go for…Continue reading We Can’t Enjoy the Sunshine Without the Rain
Another school year has ended and now comes the much awaited summer vacation by teachers and students alike. I had the honor of spending my last day of school with a beautiful group of grade 12 students, who will be moving on next year to find their own path to success. As we know, the…Continue reading My Happiness Manifesto – The Key to My Success
Well, it’s that time of year again. My brain is officially mush. You could mash it with a plastic spoon at this point. The June by-product of being a (substitute) teacher. It’s been a busy school year for me. In addition to work, I’ve spent every available minute from November to February putting my book…Continue reading A Few Quick Thoughts
As we navigate our way through life, we’re bound to make a mistake, maybe two, maybe more. It goes with the territory and it’s called being human. I have to yet to meet someone, anyone, who has never tripped up. Often times, those mistakes teach us our most valuable lessons – etched into our consciousness…Continue reading A Look Back to Count My Blessings
Hi everyone! I hope this week’s post sees you well and in good health. This week was slow for me on the substitute teaching side of things as the school year begins to wind down. Many teachers will be starting their yearly review soon in preparation for final exams. Teachers want their students to succeed…Continue reading Embracing the Unknown
First of all, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all the mothers out there a very happy Mother’s Day! And thanks to my own mother, I discovered many years ago that mothers always know best. Here’s to you, Mom! In celebration of Mother’s Day, P.D. Workman put together a fantastic list of book…Continue reading The Post Without a Name
The other day, I was talking to a friend about how time seems to speed up as you get older. It’s kind of ironic if you ask me – just when we want time to slow down so as to enjoy the many gifts it’s given us, it speeds up instead. After a spring snowfall…Continue reading Taking Time for Me Without Apology
As an indie author (me, an author? – whoa!), I’ve joined a number of writers’ Facebook groups over the past few months. Self-publishing can sometimes be a difficult and lonely road, so I’m always grateful for the support that these groups offer. Then a few days ago, as I was checking out a post…Continue reading An Ode to Friends and Books