Wishing You all a wonderful holiday season and I hope that 2020 brings you good health, success, and the opportunity for new experiences – even it someone has to talk […]
I was writing a short note in a Christmas card I was sending to an elderly aunt who is not computer-literate and had to look up the word “reveillon” to […]
One of the most emotional and poignant experiences of our trip to Belgium this June was a guided tour of the town of Ypres, Menin Gate, the Passchendaele Museum and […]
Christmas decor can be serious business for some of us. Heritage homes, like the one I live in, lend themselves to over-the-top decorating. I spend a lot of time decorating […]
My sister in law bought our Welshie a “seasonally-appropriate”outfit and judging by the look on her face I don’t know if she’s too impressed.
John Walters third house was his most elegant and his last home. He was to suffer many losses.Check out the photos of the last house.
Recently I did a workshop for the City of Edmonton’s “This Old Edmonton House. These workshops are for homeowners of houses that were built more than 50 years ago. The speakers at […]
Most of us are way too attached to our things and separating ourselves from objects that we feel are so much a part of our identity can be very difficult.
Question: If you could travel back to any time in history, and to any place – city or country, where would you go? Would you be in an urban or […]
For many of us, drawing with coloured pencils was a right of passage when we were young. Some of us braved that blank white sheet of paper and did our own […]