A little snow

My house is quiet.  All you can hear is the clock ticking. The only reason it can be heard is that it is battery operated.  Over the last 42 hours 29 have been without power. In our small town no power means, no heat, no water, no flushing a toilet.  I could go on about … More A little snow

New (school) Year

I don’t know about you but to me September is far more of a “new year” then January. I feel energized to make changes and commitments and I am able to fulfill these with much more ease (until winter kicks in.) I am not making resolutions or anything but I have picked a word that … More New (school) Year


I woke up at 3:33 this morning, May 3rd, my last day of being 33 years old. I am not an early riser except for Christmas morning and for the most part my family accepts this. This morning though I was drawn to the harbour. Our fishermen and women are on their way to start … More May

Dear John,

Skeletons in the closet, coming out of the closet. I need to come out of a spiritual closet.  One that I didn’t really even know I was in. This winter was a hard one. I lacked the knowledge of how bad it was. I was not aware of the magnitude that I was being effected … More Dear John,


I have a serious love/hate relationship with laundry. I love my washer and dryer. We bought it brand new a year ago August. Its an h.e., top loader without the agitator. The dryer is lovely. lots of settings for all the different types of clothing. I love Tide pods. If the pail says 66 loads, … More Laundry