Tag: Syrian refugees

Operation Backpack Update #2-“Maybe a kind gesture can reach a wound that sometimes only compassion can help heal.” ~Steve Maraboli

Tis the season….not only for giving and caring,but for all sorts of lovely germs and things! Because a nasty little virus has been making the rounds of the house, this post is overdue! Now that everyone is nearly fully recovered, I’ve got so much… Continue Reading “Operation Backpack Update #2-“Maybe a kind gesture can reach a wound that sometimes only compassion can help heal.” ~Steve Maraboli”

Operation Backpack update

The first backpacks were dropped off this week and what a sight that was! It is heartwarming to see the effort that has gone into picking out these items,with thought for what these children might find not only useful,but entertaining and soothing. And it… Continue Reading “Operation Backpack update”

“Are right and wrong convertible terms, dependent upon popular opinion?” ~ William Lloyd Garrison

This is the ship my grandparents and mother came to Canada on,according to┬áthe immigration documents I’ve found on my mother and grandparents. My maternal grandparents, were a huge part of my life growing up. My poppa, was my everything.Both immigrants who had overcome big… Continue Reading ““Are right and wrong convertible terms, dependent upon popular opinion?” ~ William Lloyd Garrison”