Reflecting on 2019 and setting goals for 2020.
The first half of 2018 flew by and here we are - July 2. Happy Canada Day to all my fellow Canadians! I'm proud to be a Canadian. I've been fortunate to have travelled to many new, exciting places. There's so much to experience in other places and so many awesome people all around the... Continue Reading →
I had what many would call an idyllic childhood growing up on the family farm in southern Manitoba. Acres and acres to roam free and play. Aunts, uncles, cousins and good friends down the road. We knew everyone. And we trusted everyone. And that's the way it should be. If I ever have kids, I... Continue Reading →
August is in the books, which means our short Prairie summer has come to a close. Many things brought me joy in the final month of summer. My brother's 40th birthday. I can't believe my oldest brother is now 40. Seems like just yesterday we were kids growing up on the farm. Making a pit stop... Continue Reading →
July flew by. I can't believe summer will be over in less than a month. July was a very busy month for me, but I like to be busy. It was a very exciting month with many things bringing me joy including Stampede and vacation. So let's get started. Spent Canada Day at the Millarville horse... Continue Reading →
It was a long, cold winter across much of Canada, including the Prairies. At times it seemed like spring would never arrive. But it always does. For urban dwellers, spring's delayed arrival is more of an annoyance than anything. But to the farmers who are anxiously waiting to plant the seeds that will grow into... Continue Reading →
I originally wrote this blog post for the Calgary Stampede blog leading up to the annual Aggie Days event. Aggie Days is a free, family event taking place April 12 and 13 at Stampede Park in Calgary. I thought I'd share the blog post here as well as some of you may be interested in learning more... Continue Reading →
The "felfie" aka "farm selfie" is taking the social media world by storm. The Irish Farmer’s Journal popularized felfies by launching a contest for Ireland’s greatest farm selfie. The trend has even been talked about in the Toronto Star newspaper. So when I travelled home to my family farm recently, I thought I better get in on the action, so... Continue Reading →