Monthly Archives: November 2008

Crock Pot Love

Not everyone loves the crock pot. It seems, in my enthusiasm for discovering just how much time I can save with this fabulous new mommy rescuing device, I have gone overboard. Last week, in perparing for my regular Friday playdate, … Continue reading

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I hope The Husband will forgive me… I have a new love. I love my crock pot. I have never been a big fan of them as the usual crock pot fare… chilis, stews, etc… were not really to my … Continue reading

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A Tim Hortons Grandfather

Here it is… my first guest blogger (my husband!) It was when my one year old son started waking early that I decided to start a new father/son tradition… the weekend Tim’s adventure. It was a simple way to enjoy … Continue reading

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Conquering the Clutter

I smiled this morning when trying to get my two youngest out the door. My hall closet is clean. That makes me happy. It’s just one small space but it has been driving me crazy for months. You see, my … Continue reading

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Sustaining the Joy…

After my last post my priest said something that stuck with me. He told me he hoped the joy I felt that Sunday was sustaining. I’ve been thinking about that. I really wish I could figure out how to do … Continue reading

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Church, lobster and a profound experience.

I’m not what I’d call a believer. I’m an Anglican. As a whole we’re a pretty stoic bunch when it comes to evangelizing our faith. I go to church. I pray, periodically. I have a comfortable, if at times uncertain, … Continue reading

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