A Tapping Toes Week

For almost a decade now, it feels like I'm always struggling to get it together in one way or another ... relationships, jobs, money, health, home, happiness ... if I've been doing well in one area, all the others have been a disaster. There were moments in 2017 where it felt like I was pulling... Continue Reading →

Words, Captured & Kept

Months ago my niece was here excitedly looking through some of my old totes filled with books, movies, souvenirs, photo albums, cards, letters and other mementos that I have never organised into a proper home. We spent a whole afternoon reading letters to each other. Most of them were from my early years in Toronto... Continue Reading →

The Natural World

I grew up in the woods. There's really no other way to say it. Growing up I couldn't see any neighbours houses, just trees. As a little girl my days were spent outside in the trees playing house. I pretended the stand of trees between my house and the lower driveway, which went out to... Continue Reading →

Prompt: Mirror, Mirror

“When I look in the mirror, I . . .” . . . can't believe the woman I've become. Where have the years gone? When did those little crow's feet form in the corners of my eyes? When did I become so shapeless? Who am I now? When you're young older people tell you to... Continue Reading →

2018 NB Spring Festival Scene! Where Should I Go?

This year I want to go to festivals! Last year I finally got to attend the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo in Perth Andover and if you know me at all or if you have been following me online since last summer you will know that it was just an epic experience! So much so that this... Continue Reading →

Writing Prompts #3

An opening line ... 20 minutes ... no self-editing ... 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... Write! They say Old Weezie’s been reading palms out of her run-down shack for a hundred years or more. Though she doesn't look so old. I've been visiting her shack ever since I was a little girl and she... Continue Reading →

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