Much of our family life has been spent enjoying and supporting our son, Stuart’s love of hockey.
Although Erin used to be very active in gymnastics and dance, she had to stop several years ago due to a physical disability.… Continue reading
It’s Sunday, quiet to the point of boring and my husband was scanning the television channels to find something to watch until the Vancouver Canucks vs. San Jose Sharks hockey game starts and says, “See anything you like dear? How about this?” He indicates a movie that we’ve already seen… Continue reading
The thought of celebrating someone’s death makes me uncomfortable. But in this case, it is so justified.
I was one of many military wives after that time who had to manage the home front while my husband was deployed overseas on a tour. He served one… Continue reading
In the dictionary of my husband Mark’s life, there are too many words in the English language.
Mark may be described by our children and others as somewhat obsessive, controlling, fixated and fanatical when in fact he is… Continue reading
Not that it matters to me for the most part as I am on sick leave. It’s nice because it’s the one night my husband comes home from work in a fairly unstressed and happier mood – looking forward to the weekend.
Mark wasted no time scarfing down a sandwich… Continue reading
As much as we try to think about and plan for the day our kids will be out on their own, they are still very much present.
Our 18 year old daughter Erin is very intelligent and trying to find her path into… Continue reading
It’s amazing how our lives revolve around our kids, their hobbies, friends, work, school and college plans.
On one hand, we spend a lot of time talking about, dealing with, paying for and driving my son to and from his hockey games. He does have ambitions and wants to… Continue reading