Monthly Archives: June 2014

New Recipe: Zucchini Pizza Boats

Hubby was given 2 Mexican zucchinis (not sure how they differ from other zucchinis beyond size and skin colouring – green speckled).  I wasn’t sure what to do with them until someone mentioned they were going to make zucchini pizzas … Continue reading

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Getting Mentally Prepared

I keep telling myself that I want to transform my body.  I know what to do physically and in terms of my “diet”.  Mentally, I am falling short.  I cannot seem to break through that mental wall. It’s repetitive.  I … Continue reading

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9 Lessons I’ve Learned From My Mum

Originally posted on Living With No Excuses:
1. Take everyone with a pinch of salt Not everyone will be to your liking. People have said that I see the best in people and this isn’t necessarily the case. I’m far…

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Father’s Day

I’m really struggling with this holiday this year.  My husband’s dad, along with my brothers’ dad, have passed away within the last year.  The worst thought now, is my oldest niece just lost her dad yesterday.  My heart is breaking … Continue reading

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Lists

I like lists.  I typically have about 3 or 4 going at once.  It’s nuts.  Most of them are grocery or to-do lists.  Heck, I have a list of every DVD I own.  It’s not a bad thing; it’s just … Continue reading

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I pray this changes your life

Originally posted on Chris Martin Writes:
Click to purchase For some, the Bible can be an intimidating book to dig into. Its pages reveal a history of days past, with practical application for the here and now. Every word inspired…

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Foregoing…

My IVF doctor suggested that we do genetic testing to ensure the chances of a birth defect are minimal and possibly for gender selection. Pause for a moment… No.  I think it’s unnecessary testing and a waste of money.  Why? … Continue reading

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