My week has been in a word, preposterous! I don’t feel like going into details mainly because I just want to put the whole five working days behind me and move on! You know what I am talking about right? Those weeks were nothing seems right, things snowball and you never quite feel like you [...]
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As it stands right now, I am not the winner of Lotto Max and therefore I am not the recipient of the 50 million dollars jackpot prize. I know you, like me, thought this was it, my time to win so I just wanted to reassure you that had I won I would still blog. [...]
I have received some feedback from my last post about my childhood peculiarities. What I’ve heard is that most found it rather hilarious, especially my Mom. I guess it would be quite funny for her to remember how I was so obsessed with putting large plastic flowers in my hair and I thought I looked [...]
In honour of World Breastfeeding Week (August 1-7) I was hoping to do my Sunday edition on Canadian children’s books that are either about or feature breastfeeding/nursing as part of the story but unfortunately my search came up with precious little (a glaring sign if I do say so myself). It’s a shame really as [...]
Okay, I know I had said that I was going to try and read some more boy-oriented or gender-neutral type books for my next reviews but I started reading Grim Hill: The Forgotten Secret by Linda DeMeulemeester (ISBN: 9781897550137, Lobster Press, 2009)and there was a Valentine’s Day Dance and some of the girls wanted certain [...]