Growing up on the East Coast, my family has always enjoyed the ocean. I have dozens, if not hundreds, of memories of family within feet of the tides. So when I was recently working on an article, perhaps it was natural for me to associate families and tides. There are ups and downs, times of … Continue reading Tidal Life
I am an unusual parent. I like mud. Okay, I don't like it on the kitchen floor, but I really do love the sight of the squishy, gooey stuff made by leftover puddles. Maybe it's the latent biologist in me... I love seeing children's brightly coloured boots and chubby fingers exploring the wonderful texture. I … Continue reading Mud-alicious!
Today I am driving around to various elementary schools to pick up Christmas artwork from the students that will be submitted to the paper. I love looking through these pages and seeing the colours and designs the kids came up with. Some are full of colour, light, and life, while some of the pages are … Continue reading Christmas Writing 2