i am 35

Today marks another trip around the sun for me.

While I am not going to sit here and complain about how this past year has been (I am still alive and well!), I will say that I truly only wish one thing for my 35th year on this earth. That is for everyone to have a healthy and happy new year ahead of them.

2020 is almost gone but we are still here. Let’s enjoy it while we still can!

Have a lovely week, all.

Emory

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wilder is two

Our beloved boy will be turning 2 years old on Sunday.

He has changed so much over this past year, going from no teeth to now 18 of them, he is potty trained, talks, sings, knows his colours and ABCs, and so much more! He loves vehicles, animals, and books.

He truly lives up to his wild name, and we couldn’t love him more! Happy birthday, big boy!!

Emory

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taking a break

“What’s meant to come into your life will come. Everything will work out sooner or later. And it will work out in the most magnificent ways that you didn’t even see coming. Let go of your worries and overthinking, surrender to the infinite positive possibilities. Put your focus into abundant energies of gratitude, joy, love daily and watch magic unfold before your eyes.”

Moon Omens via Instagram

I will be taking a short break from social media. With the busyness of fall and all that it will bring- preschool, home renovations, and more- I am already finding it harder to pour my energy into this blog.

I am also feeling a change coming. One for the better. I am hopeful that this world will become easier to live in, and that everything will return back to “normal” sooner rather than later. Our mental and physical health will improve, because we will actively try to make it! It’s time to let go of those negatives thoughts and energy. They aren’t doing anyone any good.

See you soon!

Emory

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berry picking

On one particularly beautiful morning in August, we went berry picking.

We drove out to a farm near our old house in Pike Lake called Rhodes’. They offered black currants, raspberries, and Saskatoon berries. Although we went a little late in the season, we were still able to find a great selection of berries.

It was so beautiful out there. We were able to grab enough to eat and freeze in just over an hour.

The kids had a lot of fun, which made it such an enjoyable (and productive) experience. I’m almost positive that next summer, we will be returning to the same place.

Emory

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dog days of summer

Emory

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  • Welcome, friends! My name is Emory. I am a wife and mother to three (two on earth and one in heaven). This is our life on the Canadian prairies.
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