What is it Wednesday

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No matter how dark the day, the sun is always shining somewhere!

Jules

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What is it Wednesday

Don’t know what’s going on with this post? Check out this post for the explanation!

No matter how dark the day, the sun is always shining somewhere!

Jules

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What is it Wednesday

Congratulations to Kate at upsidebackwards for getting last week’s picture! Don’t forget to check out her blog too! Continue reading

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What is it Wednesday

Don’t know what’s going on with this post? Check out this post for the explanation!

No matter how dark the day, the sun is always shining somewhere!

Jules

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Six Weeks

First off, I’m going to start with apologies. I’m not going to bother apologizing for not regularly posting because, by now, I’m sure you’re used to that. I am, however, going to apologize for not keeping up on my What is it Wednesday commitments. I said in my original post that I would congratulate the “winner” and link back to their blog in my next post.
On June 27, my mom, Supergrammy solved the post in just over 1.5 hours. I totally overlooked that. Sorry ma. Last week, Ann Archie of the Square Flea (a really great, mostly funny blog, btw) solved the puzzle. I did, honestly, consider honoring her in the next post I made after that, but I thought a rant wouldn’t be the best place to do so. So, congratulations Ann for solving that one in less than 20 minutes!

Now, on to today’s train of thought…..

Back when I was 14, a youth centre opened in our town. It was a place where teens 13 to 17 could hang out. As this was a small town, this centre was something that we needed. (It is still something that is needed, but funds quickly ran out and it closed after a little more than 2 years in operation.)
During that first year it was open, public health services put on an experimental teen pregnancy deterrent program. This program used RealCare babies. These “babies” were assigned to a “parent” for a six week period. Continue reading

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My Wasted $3

I love the Dr Oz Show. Dr Oz strikes me as a straightforward, present the facts, knowledgeable doctor. I would love to have a family physician who can talk like him. Continue reading

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What is it Wednesday

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Canada Day Conversation

I don’t know if it’s because I’m Canadian, Atlantic Canadian, or just raised that way, but I have a difficult time being rude. To me, walking away from someone when they are talking to me, whether I know them or not, whether I want to talk to them or not, whether I want to be part of the conversation or not, is rude. I have always been this way and do not forsee this changing. Continue reading

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What is it Wednesday

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Nobody has solved last week’s yet either….don’t forget to check it out! Continue reading

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Mom of the Year

A couple weeks ago, I was approached and asked if I minded being nominated for Walmart Canada’s Mom of the Year Award. I, of course, said go ahead because, hey, who doesn’t like a chance to win another award? I’m sitting here tonight hearing the commercial on tv, like I have a few times since asked, and thinking about the possible results of being the winner of such a thing though. Continue reading

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