By: Emma Johnston I love to sing. Now please don’t mistake this sentiment to mean that I am a good or even reasonably capable singer – just ask the poor woman who stands beside me in church and works tirelessly to sing just a little louder than I do as […]

A Joyful Noise

Recently, my son who is in grade 4 has begun to ask me questions about what it was like in the olden days… you know, when I was in grade 4. He wants to know about the shows I watched and games we played. Did I have to learn cursive […]

Remembering the “Olden Days”

By: Emma Johnston I’m not blaming the giant batch of chocolate chip cookies I made, but for some strange reason my two oldest had the hardest time falling asleep the other night. At first grumpy at their parents, then chatty as they found allies in one another, then, as the […]

The Healing Power of Sunscreen

By: Emma Johnston It doesn’t take a genius to identify the cons of living in a village. From the lack of 24 hour take out, to the ugly overhead wires that crisscross our streets, to the lightning speed of our gossip train, we are all aware that living in a […]

Not Perfect, but Ours!

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