|Posted on 2 July, 2018 at 22:30||comments (1)|
Long known as one of the most recycling friendly cities in Canada, Edmonton offers a variety of environmentally friendly ways to dispose of unwanted goods. With 25 years of on-the-curb recycling legacy, it’s no wonder that 93% of single-family households in the city voluntarily recycle.
But every once in a while, a home improvement p...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 18 March, 2018 at 17:55||comments (0)|
Family history should be more than names on a list and old faded photos in a shoebox. Family stories and photos should share who we were, where and how we lived, and those we loved along with a healthy dose of personality can create a lasting legacy!
Have you thought about preparing a memory legacy? Something special to share with children, grandchildren and those still to come in your family? Do you remember Alex Haley’s book “Roots” and the mini-series that followed...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 14 January, 2018 at 8:25||comments (0)|
Are you creative? Enjoy hobbies and all the wonderful little odds and bits that come with your hobby!
Do you have the space to hold all your hobby supplies and lastly can you find your supplies when you want them! If not you want to reorganize and maybe even purge your supplies.
I have always enjoyed crafts, I think I got them from my mom who taught me the joy of creating with my hands.
The real trick to being successful with your hobby su...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 22 October, 2017 at 19:40||comments (1)|
My dad passed away last September when I was at the start of creating a book that I hoped would help him to remember important people, events and places in his life. I was organizing all his photos from 1927 (well actually 1944 but that's another story) to the present using the ABCs of photo organizing. I am now ready to look at these photos again and want to honour him by sharing his story by bringing together photos, stories and genealogy.
I want the resulting project to appeal to all...Read Full Post »