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time flying

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click site I can’t believe it is almost August.
I can’t believe I just booked a Christmas event.
I can’t believe I am now ‘officially’ in my mid-30’s.
I can’t believe my littlest starts school in 6 months.
I can’t believe I have kept our new trees alive for two months.
I can’t believe weekends come and go faster then a four year old eating a bowl of ice-cream.
I can’t believe my to do list can possibly get any longer and that I will ever have time to do it.
I can’t believe …

http://heritagemission.ca/category/home/feed/ And the list goes on. Well here’s to the here and now! Enjoy!

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quiet time

official site Some days it’s noisy. Not as in like you are standing at a concert with tunes hammering your brain noisy. But rather life noisy. People asking questions. Kids complaining. Phones ringing. Traffic. Supermarket buzz. Cat meowing. You get the picture?

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dove giocare trading binario As a kid it was extremely boring. As a parent I can now see his genius!

buy discount tastylia (tadalafil) online It takes a lot of effort to get my world to be quiet. I have inherited the ‘nature appreciation’ travel clause and am teaching my kids that the ‘silent game’ requires quite the skill to win (ok ok I am bribing them with food to play well). But each day I am trying to achieve just 5 minutes of silence.

this contact form Not much you say? Have you ever sat still with no noise and let yourself just be? It’s trick and feels a tad indulgent and I am not sure if it making any difference but I am being reminded that peace can happen even if for a fleeting moment.

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did I mention I like coffee?

http://bigdaymedia.com.au/wp-content/themes/purity/js/{path} Have I mentioned I like coffee?
Well this image popped onto my desk this week and immediately I was up and running to the machine to brew yet another cup of the delicious stuff.

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Every single day the smell and taste comforts and soothes. The social element is not lost on me either.

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Enjoy!

By Jess Fellows

Moose

Did you say moose?

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By Jess Fellows

Le addicted

Well I have spoke (many) times about my coffee addiction but I am here today to speak of another addition.
My name is Renee and I am addicted to Le Tour De France.

There I have said, it is out in the open (well if you know me it’s not like I have tried to hide it) and now you can forgive me for talking about this at every opportunity, getting the least amount of sleep as possible and using cycling lingo to describe just about everything for three weeks in July every year.

It is not clear where this addiction began. I certainly don’t cycle. Have never been to it. Don’t know anyone who has participated in it. Yet as soon as I hear the whiz of the bikes, Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen’s dulcet tones, descriptions of gradients, classifications, jerseys … I am weak at the knees!

So at about half-way there this year I am still in my element – Vive Le Tour!

By Jess Fellows

it might just snow

Did you hear? Did you hear? It might just snow here on Sunday!

I know I know – I seem a tad too excited and I think I am making everyone I live with a little crazy also. But it’s snow people! SNOW!

So there goes my planned weekend of catching up on the washing, partaking in some baking and chill-out time. I am guaranteed to be plastered the BOM app and watching out a window for any teeny hint of a white particle falling from the sky.

SNOW! Enjoy!

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time flying
Doodle Tuesday #24
quiet time
did I mention I like coffee?
Moose
Doodle Tuesday #23
Le addicted
Doodle Tuesday #22
it might just snow
Doodle Tuesday #21