There aren't many things about my current hometown I'm necessarily awestruck by so having Ojibway Park close is such a blessing. It's an astoundingly beautiful park full of all sorts of different trees, plants, wildlife, and insects. Nearly every way you turn is the perfect photograph ahead of you, stunning. I am so glad I decided to utilize my only day off this way, it was so calming and relaxing (minus the mud trail we almost sunk into).
I wanted to share some snaps with you all!
Make sure to visit www.ojibway.ca for information about the park, its activities, and hours of operation.
Oy! I've gone from not working and leisurely cooking to working 7 days a week between both jobs. I can't say that I'm loving my lack of a life but it's all in the spirit of padding my bank account. I decided to get spend happy while I was off of work which is pretty much the worst time to go on a spending spree. Until I am back up high in my savings it looks like I'll be working myself in to the ground y'all!
I absolutely love cooking at the vegan restaurant. I'm learning so much about the vegan diet that I'm slowly warming up to the idea of going full vegan. My cheese addiction is the only thing holding me back but I can see myself taking the plunge soon. It's a wonderful environment full of lovely ladies who all love and appreciate food. I couldn't be happier. Check us out! www.healthy-mama.com
I'm also working to put together my first cookbook. I've recently discovered an app that allows you to create and sell a cookbook as a downloadable app. This is cost free and a quick way to get my book out. I'm definitely considering my options at this point.
Check in with y'all again soon!
One thing that has always crippled me with fear is driving. I had my license around the time I was 17ish and it was a disaster. I was such a basket case and didn't feel comfortable behind the wheel. Let's just say I removed my foot from the brake at an intersection and kind of rolled into the middle before speeding through and bouncing up a curb nearly killing both my father and myself. That was the last time I ever drove.
Now, over 10 years later, I'm back at it. I've realized the necessity and I'm working to overcome my fear. I've now driven twice and I feel so much more comfortable than I ever did. I hope to be road worthy in a week or so. I will keep y'all posted. This is just another thing to conquer in my life and I'm determined to do it!
The moral of this story is never give up, stay determined and you can achieve anything!