Snakes and Ladders, Priorities and Searching for Consistency

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Living with someone who has PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) or any OSI (Operational Stress Injury) is a lot like being trapped in a never ending game of Snakes and Ladders. For the most part you spin the little wheel and move along a few steps at a time. Sometimes you are fortunate enough to hit a ladder and […]

Beyond The Mask – A Thrilling Movie Adventure!

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Our family loves a good adventure movie and Beyond the Mask, produced by Burns Family Studios certainly delivers! Set in colonial America, the hero, Will Reynolds, is a leading mercenary with the British East India Company who has been double crossed and is now on the run. Attempting to redeem his name and win the […]

A Virtual Tour Through Saskatchewan

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We’ve been in Saskatchewan for almost 5 years now and the beauty and charm of this province has grown on me. As part of the Canadian Homeschooling Bloggers Team, this month we’re giving you a virtual tour of our province to showcase the wonders of our country. I was really excited about this topic because […]

Scrumptious Gingersnap Cookies

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There is nothing more comforting to me than a cup of good coffee and a deliciously sweet treat, like Gingersnap cookies! This recipe was introduced to me many years ago while I was working from my home as a Daycare Provider. One of my moms brought along these tempting morsels that she and her little guy […]

DIY Haircuts Save a LOT of Money!

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Stretching one income over 8 people is a challenge and I’m always looking for ways to trim the expenses back just a little bit more. DIY haircuts is a huge money saver for us and has saved us thousands of dollars over the years. I’ve been cutting Gerry’s hair since our oldest was a baby. […]