This moment in time is brought to you by L’s current living situation.
Where I currently live has limited space and sun for indoor plants. I have a singular window to work with…so when my friend suggested attending an air plant workshop, I jumped on the opportunity.
As you may have noticed, we have a strong love for plants both indoors and outdoors. We’ll eventually write up a post about our plethora of other indoor plants that live happily in our apartment!
So why air plants? They require minimums – no direct sunlight, little watering… perfect for my current situation. They also take a bunch of junk out of the air, which is also great! You can read more about air plants here.
Did you know… Doula week just happened?!
It sure did!
Although we aren’t on a journey to starting a family yet… I thought it would be fitting to start our Shop Local Sundays with a close friend (who is a Doula!)
Why I’d choose Brielle to be my Doula…
- She’s a great friend, mom and wife.
- She has a shining personality and brings rays of sunshine to cloudy days!
- She’s very knowledgeable and, like me, is a life long learner!
- She supports without judgement. She believes in you and your path!
- She truly believes in her duty as a Doula and is committed to serving families in a way that best serves them!
Why does she Doula? What does she Doula?
For the answers to these questions… check out her website and her Facebook page! She is able to physically serve in Thunder Bay and is virtually available anywhere!
Stay tuned for our next installment of Shopping Local Sunday 🙂
Here’s hoping that
we can I can be far more timely on these “Month in Review” posts this year.
January came and went. We did a brief wrap up of our trip to and from Thunder Bay.
After the first week of January, everything settled back in.
E went back to school, L went back to work. The cats continued to sleep.
Some highlights included… Our Art Gallery Visit and seeing Mister Fox on our adventures!
E’s Digital Realm:
Watching: Star Trek Discovery, Letterkenny, the Big Bang Theory
Playing: Horizon: Zero Dawn, AC: Unity, Lego Worlds
Reading: Nothing this month 😦
Attended: The Algoma Art Gallery
Watching: Arrow, OUAT, Supernatural, Riverdale, Letterkenny, How To Get Away with Murder, Star Trek Discovery
Playing: Yoshi’s Island (GBA SP), Mario Maker (Wii U), Pokemon Go, Mario Kart 8 (Wii U), Horizon: Zero Dawn (PS4)
Reading: The Black Dahlia
Attended: The Soo! – We visited the Sault Ste Marie Art Gallery
E & L
We’ve been exploring different parts of the Soo since E moved there. We’ll continue to highlight these “Moment in Time” (MIT) posts as we continue to blog.
In January, we decided to check out the Art Gallery of Algoma. We were not disappointed!
The feature exhibit was quilting Splendor of Thread and Fabric. A personal goal of L’s is to learn to quilt. Each piece was inspiring and gorgeous!
Let’s wrap up December and put a bow on 2017!
Here we go!
November came and went for me, things were pretty blurry between work and getting ready for our nearly entirely handmade Christmas.
E however, had some adventures with the Ontario College Strike of Doom…
September, October (and then November and December) were extremely busy months for us!
Obviously, it was really busy because we’re finishing up from August… let’s get through October though today.
October by far was our busiest month.
There wasn’t a single movie this year that I didn’t enjoy!
As you may remember, this year we set an intent to do a 100% handmade Christmas/Yule. We made this decision in May…so here’s how it went.
Welcome to the latest installment of Terrific Tip Tuesday!
I’ve battled with my lactose intolerance for my entire life, which is awful, because I LOVE cheese. (I also enjoy ice cream, and milkshakes, and so many other dairy products…but I LOVE cheese.)
During our visit to Windsor last summer we made some delicious vegan cheese (which I continue to make even now) but every once in awhile I want the real deal.
Thankfully, PC has created an entire line of lactose free goodness. We heart you PC!
But why stop there.
Why not make lactose free cheese at home!