Passionate about horticulture and the environment, Sunday Harrison started Green Thumbs for families to get involved in gardening and the environment.
When I asked Jane about whether or not she planned for retirement, her answer was remarkably honest. “No, I got fired.” We both laughed, which may seem like an inappropriate response, but you quickly realize that Jane is someone who will always land on her feet.
Speaking to Benita Black and her eldest daughter Hilary is like a breath of fresh air. They’re light-hearted with an easy-going relationship that comes off more like sisters than mother and daughter. Benita beams when Hilary talks and can’t help injecting her excitement into the conversation. “She has three jobs, you know,” Benita playfully interrupts as Hilary’s talking. Hilary smiles and confesses that on top of being a land-use planner for the provincial government, she also works at a gym on the weekends and at as a server at Budweiser Stage. As hectic as that schedule sounds, Hilary still managed to find time to attend Helen Nugent’s apple pie-making workshop with her mother. While that may sound surprising, once you understand the importance they place on family, it all starts making sense. Tell me about your relationship growing up? Was Benita strict? Hilary: Compared to my other friends, yes. Benita: She had to set the table, she had to empty the dishwasher. When there were chores you had to do them. Hilary: The value of …
In just the last eighteen months, Brad & Kadi, a couple of 31 years, have travelled across the world.
After 21 years of serving her country in the military, Claire Harder has taken the last few years to focus on herself. She’s rekindled her love for the arts while staying close to her daughter, the one person who’s encouraged Claire to do the things that make her happy.
The simple thought that drove Joan to explore her interest of creative writing with Boomerang. Meet Joan.