Of all my son’s unique habits, his penchant for trying to save money on our electricity bill is the most frustrating one. He’ll walk around the house flicking off all the light switches so that our house is entirely shrouded in darkness. From the outside, it would look abandoned. On the inside, it’s … [Read more...]
How The Junos And MusiCounts Support Music & Kids
We can't wait for the Juno Awards airing live on Sunday, March 15 from Hamilton's FirstOntario Centre. The event will celebrate the country's most talented music performers in a star-studded line up. The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) has announced that the 2015 Canadian … [Read more...]
FotoFriday: End of Season
My tree was down January 2nd. But the outside decor is a different story. Last night I saw that our Christmas lights are the only ones still lit on on our street. An indication that is it time to pull the plug for another year. As much as I am resisting the end of the season, I know it's … [Read more...]
Make way for Santa! Really!
My neighbourhood is pretty excited about Christmas. You can tell by all the giant Christmas inflatables on the front lawns and twinkling lights on the houses. The kids all love checking them out on their way to school each day. My husband contemplated one of the Santa inflatables when we were in … [Read more...]
‘Tis the season for decorations!
Wrapping paper, ornaments, menorahs, lights and wreaths – no matter what holiday you celebrate ‘tis the season for holiday decorations! As we go through the boxes we find old tinsel, half burned candles, broken ornaments and raggedy old tissue paper from last year’s presents that we were going to … [Read more...]