This year I challenged myself to make sure I bought Quality over Quantity. Sometimes we get so caught up in buying because of sales, or that my kids NEED to have so many extra pairs of clothes so I should make sure I am equipped. This year, for the kids I decided to make sure … Continue reading Quality over Quantity
We have the pleasure of meeting Shayla at the Abbotsford Bakers Market and she is just one of those fun lively people you remember. 1. what is your specialty? My specialty is custom chocolates. I am able to match almost any theme or color. Customers can come to me with an idea and I recreate that … Continue reading Shayla's Sweet Treats
My hubby and I are as different as two people could possibly be. Or at least that is what I tell people when they want to know what my husband is like. I say: “picture the opposite of me. bam, meet my hubster.” We just think so completely different. He is logical, level headed, non-emotional, … Continue reading Punch me out!!!
Sometimes I miss being a teenager. You look back and remember sleeping in, being upset about 250 word assignments, skipping class to spend the day out in Vancouver, going to youth and being loved on with a great program and awesome leaders, basically not “adulting”. You always wanted to be older in a some way, … Continue reading Learning to Love Jesus all over again
I am (hopefully) at the end of 8 days of kids with the flu. The Carla before being a parent wouldn’t of been able for any amount of money clean blow out diahrea diapers or being puked on multiple times in a day. As I calmly say “let it out little man, it’s okay”. All … Continue reading They will never fully know how much I love them
Sometimes I am in awe of what God does to me. I get all flustered and bombarded with daily situations, and than BAM he hits me like a brick wall. The other day I was doing errands for Strata set up, getting things our house needed (garbage cans etc) and feeling really stressed about our … Continue reading God Speaks, We don't listen
Yesterday, it poured. Now, when I say “poured” I mean buckets and sheets of water being dumped from the sky. My family and I live in Southern British Columbia and we know rain. We live in rain. It isn’t called “Raincouver” for any other reason, other than it always seems to rain. We have a whole bunch of different … Continue reading Learning to step out into the rain