Schubert’s Ave Maria

We thought we would share this inspirational rendition of Ave Maria. Beautifully done, Nathan (and Juliet). Thank you for sharing your talents this way…and in the jazz band!

N is for Next…please.

That was an interesting experiment but now most of us are saying, “next.”  We are good to move on or back to normal and put the Covid 19 experience behind …

M is for Magnify

Did you ever play with a magnifying glass growing up?  There is something mystical about the ability to focus the sun’s rays enough to make grass and paper smoulder.  I …

L is for Love.

“Love, let my nightmares turn into dreams.  Love, let the angels into my sleep.  Love, let the spirit fly out of me.  Love, let my love inside go free.” These …

Kindness Changes Everything

Apparently “K” is a funny letter. That’s certainly an Anglo-centric observation but it’s why the word Tuktoyaktuk makes us smile!  So, I guess today we should smile as we think …

Joy, Joy, Joy

What “sparks joy” for you?  If it’s incredibly glorious spring Easter Sunday, the grave is empty kind of weather then you are in luck!  If it’s hanging out with lots …

I is for Individualism

“Individualism in North America is evident by the way we drive our cars.”  When my grade 10 Urban Geography teacher made that statement, I didn’t really know what it meant.  …

H is for Hazelnut

“Hosanna, Hosanna, Hosanna in the highest!”  What a glorious refrain that we just celebrated on Palm Sunday.  Instead of church aisles, maybe you had children march through your house waving …

G is for Growth

Research reveals that up to 70% of people experience positive psychological growth from difficult times.  Growth such as a deeper sense of self and purpose, a greater appreciation for life …