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The Seed in the Manure #stilltalking

In continuation of my series on mental health I hope we can all continue talking, especially during this time of shut down and uncertainty.  Use the hashtag #stilltalking in your social media and #seedinthemanure for this particular discussion. I last had an appointment with my therapist (we will call her C) in December, 2019.  In … Continue reading

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#stilltalking My Mental Health Story

I wrote this very quickly so I’m hoping it isn’t rambling, but I decided it was more important to share now than to make this a perfect post.  My Mental Health Story actually starts at age 13 but I decided this more recent experience was pertinent to some threads I saw on Twitter yesterday for … Continue reading

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Ten Things My Mom Learned

My Mom stayed with John and I for 3 weeks while she had pneumonia.  They were renovating at her house so she couldn’t stay there in the drywall dust and mess.  It was no trouble at all for her to stay in our spare room, relax, read books and watch TV.  I find it amusing … Continue reading

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Couple’s Crockpot Cooking Fail

I have to preface this story by saying that cooking is not on the top of my priority list.  I’m not horrible at it, I just don’t enjoy it.  I’m posting this in the hopes you will find some amusement from this fail. So I really thought yesterday I was going to have to go … Continue reading

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#DearMe – Advice to My Younger Self

In honour of March 8th, International Women’s Day, I wanted to participate in a tag that is popular on YouTube, #DearMe.  This is advice I would like to give to my younger self. 1. Take your love of history and genealogy and pursue post-secondary schooling in museums, libraries, and archives, while still learning about sales, … Continue reading

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Hire Angela Foreman-Bobier (casual, contract, parttime)

Angela Foreman-Bobier 119 William Street, West Lorne, ON, N0L 2P0 519-768-2401  519-317-8255  angelabobier@gmail.com  Seeking a contract by project or a part time position with an employer who offers flexible hours where I can work from my home some of the time.    TYPES OF PROJECTS I CAN ASSIST YOU WITH: Social Media and Blogging: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, … Continue reading

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Really Want It by Ralph Marston

If you really want it, you will have it. If it means enough to you, it will happen. For if you really want it, you will find a way. You’ll stop making excuses and start making it real. The obstacles you encounter are not there to prevent you from reaching your goal. The obstacles are … Continue reading

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Inspired by Million Dollar Neighbourhood

I’ve been watching the TV show Million Dollar Neighbourhood on OWN the past 3 weeks and am inspired by these people and the challenges they have been given.  You can follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MillionDollarNeighbourhood#!/MillionDollarNeighbourhood John and I have started purging areas of the house (actually I have started purging my office stuff) and … Continue reading

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Angela’s Birthday Reflections

Today is my birthday and I’m 35 now.  I don’t know where the time has gone.  I was saying to someone yesterday that I feel like I was just in high school.  Hmm..maybe that’s why I had a craving for adding Poison tunes to my MP3 player last night.  I always take time to think about … Continue reading

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Step Back Into the 1850’s on June 26

Step Back Into the 1850’s on June 26. On Sunday, June 26, 2011 you can step back into the 1850′s at the Backus-Page House Museum. Sit and relax while costumed historical interpreters, serve your tea and a variety of delicious strawberry desserts at 1pm. After tea and dessert, you can view the heritage gardens and … Continue reading

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