Hi everyone! For those of you who don’t know me, I grew up on a small, mixed farm in central Alberta. There’s no question that my upbringing has influenced who I am as a person, but I’ve also grown a lot. I think it’s important to be honest and kind with yourself and others, to spend time thinking about things in your life so that you can learn from your mistakes and not let them keep haunting you. To help with that, I have actually written a book Love Your Skeletons. It’s about overcoming those mistakes and painful events that can linger into the present and prevent you from being as happy and fulfilled as you are meant to be! It’s available as
– a paperback (lulu.com)
– an ebook (pdf) (lulu.com)
– from amazon.com paperback
– from amazon.co.uk paperback
– SOON! It will be available as an audio book as well.
I’m a bit of a renaissance woman — I do everything from write, edit, knit, canoe and kayak, sing, and work on the farm.
I’ve also written my second book, York Boat Captain — 18 Life-Changing Days on the Peace River to chronicle the York boat adventure I had in 2011. It was amazing, and it really was life-changing. You can order this book online, too, and at various places in around Alberta.
Where I’m at These Days
I’m back from my Northern adventures, living in Fort Simpson and Wrigley (you can still read the posts about it, of course). I’m now living on the farm I grew up on — I guess I’ve come full-circle! Living on the farm is both fun and hard work, and I am loving it.
I hope you enjoy my blog! Leave comments when the mood strikes ya!