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Ten years ago my husband and I purchased a lot and set about building our first home in Canada.
As a child my older brother and I would watch the Star Wars movies every Christmas as they were always on TV.
I constantly find myself wondering how machines function and even how the human body does its job everyday.
A few years ago my husband and I made a conscious decision to try and be present in the moment as much as possible.
I am tired. Life seems so busy, a constant whirl of work, kid’s activities and social events.
For those of you who don’t know me I’m originally from England, although I now refer to myself as Canadian since I got my citizenship.
Spring is here and with it comes the natural urge to clear out the old and start fresh. In some aspects of my life I am a little “Type A”.
I have two active boys. Looking for ways to keep them busy during the summer months can be an exhausting and often fruitless endeavour.
When I was 8 years old I told my dad I was moving to Canada. B.C. to be precise.
Through the glass doors of the library I saw a little boy with wind blown cheeks and a huge smile dragging a bewildered looking man.
Over the past few years movie theatres have been flooded with movies based on Young Adult novels that have been adapted for the big screen.