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I’m a Christian who loves God and my family. I’m a Mother of 2 beautiful children, a 6 year old daughter and almost 2 year old son. I’m addicted to Digital Scrapbooking and Photography. I also love cooking, baking, gardening and anything that makes me excite like Blogging and travel!

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Sunday, February 2nd, 2014

Sight is one of those things in life that should never be taken for granted.  Sight is a gift as well as a responsibility – to be guarded and used in service to life and others.  That’s why it is never a light thing when sight worsens for anyone.  That person could theoretically manage somehow, but we think it better they get the problem fixed sooner rather than later.

You might have heard that simply losing your near sight can be fixed with quick trip to the drugstore and a pair of cheap reading glasses.  That may be.  But it might be your body signalling to you to go for the genuine eyewear finally and get the perfect solution to your sightedness challenges.

Rack mount tray

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

We’re going through a sea-change in how we keep and store things around our house.  This due to the fact that it eventually gets to you to have clutter gum up even the simplest of everyday activities, like cutting the corner off a fresh bag milk.  I mean, it shouldn’t take half an hour to find the scissors so that you can actually cut the bag right?

Well, it’s not rocket science to organize household things.  But when I look at all the stuff a musician and crew have to set up and organize, it might as well be rocket science.  To that end, I suppose they have the best help with items like this rack mount tray at musicians friend.  It could be a lot more complicated.  But thankfully, it’s not with organizational tools such as this.


Monday, October 21st, 2013

Making things with your own two hands is one of the most satisfying things in life.  Kids know this instinctively from the time they can first hold a piece of paper and a pair of scissors.  But paper eventually makes room for wood and soon those kids are pining to make more solid items like click here.  And as you know or will soon find out, it’s more fun than a barrel of monkeys creating craft pieces such as this that you can then even enjoy by using or putting on display for everyone to enjoy.


Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

It is interesting to take a walk around our neighbourhood and see the different ways that people arrange their backyards – especially the ones with children.  I’ve seen pretty neat swing sets, tree forts and even some rock climbing walls.  There are obviously plenty of options for anyone who has the space to make their backyard into a children’s playground paradise.

Some people go to the trouble of making these sets for their kids, but I’ve also noticed some great pre-fabricated ones like the playsets virginia beach has.  And for the time and labour saved, I’d lean more towards outsourcing in this case.



Friday, August 23rd, 2013

We’re still looking into signing our daughter up for piano lessons since she first expressed an interest in learning how to play the piano. When her grandparents found out that she was interested, they even offered to lend us their keyboard – which solved the problem of what to use for practicing.
We would love it if she were to really take up piano wholeheartedly and pursue it – just as we would be happy if she were to decide to learn almost any other instrument (other than perhaps the drums). Of course, whatever instrument she does decide to pursue will involve us having to find the best instrument to allow her to practise between lessons.
Supposing she decided on taking up another instrument instead – like the guitar – and then goes on to become very proficient at it, we would even be only too happy to buy her one of the models of silvertone guitars that I’ve seen recently online.

elation emulation

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

Speaking of stage shows and live performances, the thing that makes the spectacle all come together especially – beyond props and massive sets – is the lighting.  Ask any photographer worth their salt what is the one thing that makes the difference between a great photograph and a spectacular one.  They’ll tell you “lighting”.  Same with live musical performance.  You could have the most amazing performers on the planet and all the technical wizardry that money can buy.  But without spectacular lighting as enabled by one of these elation emulation controllers plugged into a laptop, you’ll have a only a “great” show, if not a rather dull one.


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