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The Legacy of George

Mar 31, 2019
The Legacy of George

I never cared for cats. As a matter of fact, I can remember warning my husband that I would never adopt a cat while the children were young. I’d worked in long term care facilities where I watched cats attack little old grannies, making them fall, tearing up their stockings, knocking over their trinkets. My … Continue reading The Legacy of George

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Art as Therapy

Feb 28, 2019
Art as Therapy

I am an art therapist. I have witnessed the power of art to help confused clients gain clarity, to contain emotional turmoil and to communicate what can’t be said with words. However, I’d like to write about the role of art in my family. My daughters have always been creative. From a young age, they … Continue reading Art as Therapy

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My Love-Hate Relationship with Schools

Jan 31, 2019
My Love-Hate Relationship with Schools

Our eldest daughter is a January baby. By the time she was able to attend elementary school, she was ready. Her first day was emotional to say the least but she adjusted well and made great friends. After the Easter weekend, a new student joined the class. She was excited to meet the new student. … Continue reading My Love-Hate Relationship with Schools

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In the Flow of Motherhood

Dec 29, 2018
In the Flow of Motherhood

Once I left my full-time employment at the college and became a stay-at-home mom, a new chapter opened up in my life. It is one of my favourite chapters. My youngest daughter and I got to spend some quality time together while my eldest was in school. We went to the local play group, we … Continue reading In the Flow of Motherhood

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