How I love a dim sum feast. Consequently I was totally delighted when friends recommended the South China Dim Sum Bar. Its right at the top of Cape Towns Long Street (close to the Mountain). Long Street is a mix of...
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Did you ever start a card with no idea of why? That is me lately! I guess because I have just been to Disney and saw all these little girls running around in different Disney Princess dresses- I wanted to wear one too.... I mean make one too..!!! So I started to do some Punch Art to see if I could recreate them. What fun!
I used the items in the picture below - along with the Oval Punch ( not in picture).
As always, I checked out Pinterest for some ideas! I love this Screen Divider Card! I used both... read more »
The internet age brought about some phenomenal resources for business owners today. Never before has it been so easy and inexpensive to get your message out there and by leveraging  [Click on the link to continue reading!] read more »
Spring is finally here with longer daylight and sunny days hurray! For me, Im hoping this means that there will be more opportunities for cycling (certainly by the end of April when my baby will be old enough to go in a bike trailer). However, Ive just got out my neglected cycling shoes and  read more »
Many times I will forget the details. Coping mechanisms often enable us to maneuver our way through difficult life experiences. Joy, sadness, loneliness, excitement, and grief are unique expressions for each one of us based upon our perception, understanding, and reaction to the world around us. Sharing from personal experiences surrounding the grief of the sudden loss of his wife, Valerie, this guest post is written by Rod Jasmer, author of the new tragic memoir, Without Explanation: A True Story of Lov... read more »
This week we are honored to have Becky Hastings join us as a guest poster. I hope you enjoy her post on Filling Your Kids with Truth. Fill Em Up: Filling Your Kids with Truth By Becky Hastings This parenting gig is hard. Can I get an Amen? I love parenting. I really  read more »
Birthday’s, weddings, dinners, and dates; our social calendars can be demanding at times. Especially on this island, where we thrive on all the aforementioned. And Read the rest
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From 27 March to 2 April, there are loads of ways to get involved in 2017's World Autism Awareness Week at School,supported by Axcis.Teach your students about autism, fundraise for autistic people and spread the word with free resources like lesson plans,activitiesand idea packs!The ninth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2017. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising andawareness-raising events read more »
It has been a busy month for me... Alot has happened this past month that has been fun and exciting for us. The first of the month we went to Disney with my sister, Chris, and her husband, Tom. We had some good fun. The week went way too fast.
River of Lights
Our walk to EpcotWe went to all the parks while we were there. The River of Lights was cool, but wish we could see the animals better. The Flower and Garden Festival was going on. Love seeing all the plants around Epcot.
Best meal for me Jo... read more »
When it comes to superheroes I have some questions, and not your typical “who could beat who” nonsense, but rather something deeper and darker. Something’s that should possible stay hidden away like their secret identities, only to protect the innocent of course. The things I want to know are perverted, off-color and to some even downright disgusting. This is stuff we all want to know but most are too embarrassed to ask because they don’t want to come off as odd or immature, but thankfully I’m way past t... read more »