Remembrance Day for many is a day of reflection and a day of thanks for all those that gave their lives in the name of their countries.
Today I was reminded of something from my 4 year old son about … READ MORE
173,800 new cases in Canada in 2010
76,200 died in 2010
2 out of 5 people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime
My brother-in-law was one of those 76,200 people that died of cancer this year. So many of us have had someone in our lives taken to soon from this dreaded disease. My husband has decided to … READ MORE
This video is not for the faint at heart. Sign the pledge and bring awareness of puppy mills in hopes one day they will all be shut down! Don’t close your eyes – feel their pain.
Day 224: Give 224
Puppy Mill Facts:
I have this philosophy that it’s never to late to give. Especially for cancer. It has touched almost everyone’s life. It’s touched mine more times than I care to admit. Do you have someone in your life it has touched? A friend, a family member, maybe even you. Today my give is to cancer and to show my … READ MORE
It was one of the truly spectacular Fall days today.The sun was shining, the ocean glistening and calm. It seemed like the leaves had suddenly changed colour and had been painted red, orange and yellow overnight.
It was a walking day for us and I planned to enjoy every minute of it with my son. We walked through our local … READ MORE
I have said this before a few times in past posts: I live in one of the most beautiful places in the world, West Vancouver, BC.
Day 2 Give 2
Today my GIVE is to the planet.
Today my son and I will walk everywhere.
Today we will help the planet with a few less choking gas emissions.
Here is our walking plan: