When ID Press Publishing invited me to submit for their second anthology, Allucinor, and told me it was a romance theme - I panicked. My writing tends to be of the darker side of fiction slanting towards horror or supernatural themes. Romance? In truth, it was a genre I avoid writing about. I'm happier writing... Continue Reading →
As I try to migrate all of my parenting related blogs, articles and published works to one place - I will try to keep all of my most recent posts updated on the homepage. The Family Blog section of the website will include both my articles posted at Three or More, parenting related freelance articles... Continue Reading →
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"What's it like living in Prince Edward County?" That is the question friends and family keep asking. "Wet." That is my standard answer. Vastly different from last summer when I would have said, "Hot and yes, we have another fire ban this week because everything is so dry. No fire pit s'mores this year." When... Continue Reading →
Our first spring in the country and we were looking forward to seeing the garden start to bloom, grasses turn green and of course, getting the boat out for the year. We were so excited. We got our dock down and started cleaning up our bayside fire pit. Then it rained. And rained. And rained.... Continue Reading →
Winter out here in Prince Edward County can be quiet, peaceful even lonely as you hear the chilly winds whip across the frozen bay and farm fields. Unless you have three kids, than you find things to explore. This time of year is a hectic one for our family. Full of holidays, birthdays and escapes... Continue Reading →
Fall is busy here in the county, picking the last of the apple harvest, pumpkin patches open up, raking leaves over and over. Homeowners scramble to put away the last of the summer furniture worried snow may hit at any time. Pools are closed and last-minute lawn work is done all in preparation for the... Continue Reading →
Sunshine filled days that turn into cool night signifies one thing in this part of Ontario, fall. Along with the nuanced change of the leaves to faded colours of their summer glory, apple season starts. At first it's the Macintosh and early apples, but then the fun begins. Paula Red, HoneyCrisp and Royal Gala being... Continue Reading →