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Category Archives: autobiographical
My children are growing up, it is a disservice to refer to them as children any more because they are really young adults. I am proud of the human beings they have turned into, especially my daughter. A little over a … Continue reading
It was ten years ago this week that my husband asked me to marry him. It wasn’t an elaborate proposal. I helped choose out the ring. Although it was a surprise. He had gone and picked it up without my … Continue reading
As I was just driving in my car, I heard a report on the radio highlighting International Women’s Day. They were talking about how here in Canada the enrollment of women in science and engineering courses in university is down … Continue reading
Since about the age of 21, I have tended to accomplish things in my life, in unorthodox ways. For example, I had a son, moved out of my parents house, and then fell in love and got married. Backwards. Not … Continue reading
I spent this past weekend with my mom. We went down to the states together to do some shopping and celebrate my birthday. We had a great time. But I did a lot of thinking while driving, and trying on … Continue reading
One of the biggest challenges I have faced since becoming a parent is not dealing with any behaviour challenges or toilet training, but rather it is finding a balance between all the roles that I fill. A mother, a daughter, … Continue reading