When I think of my Gramma, there are a few things that immediately come to mind...her sass & quick wit, her open door and constantly full house, her tea biscuits and chocolate chip cookies, and of course, her peanut brittle. She has been gone for 3 years now, but I still carry on many of… Continue reading Microwave Peanut Brittle
I grew up with these words hanging on the back of my bedroom door and I still try to live by them each and every day.
As I get ready to head into work tomorrow, just as I did today and will again on Boxing Day to celebrate the holidays with my work family and the tiny little babies in the NICU, I want to take a moment to wish all my friends and family a very Merry Christmas...may you be… Continue reading Merry Christmas
Anyone who knows me knows that I have 2 very special little boys who call me "Auntie Jenn". Their parents are my best friends...actually, their mom couldn't be any more my sister if we were related by blood. The boys are very different but they each melt my heart in their own special way. Each… Continue reading Christmas spirit
Many people have holiday traditions that include hanging special ornaments on the tree, going to church, singing carols and baking Christmas cookies and treats. I do many of those as well, but no Christmas would be complete without a trip to our favourite little bake shop to pick up our Christmas cookies & squares. I… Continue reading Best little bake shop in the region
Once again, the holidays are just around the corner. The streets seem busier, the malls are filled with folks looking for the perfect gifts and there is holiday music playing everywhere you go. As you drive through town, there are beautifully decorated trees proudly displayed in many front windows and houses are lit up with… Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
As you can see, this blog has now been renamed "Jupiter's Crossing" and I love it. I was asked how I came up with this new name and it's quite an interesting story. When I was a little girl, I had a great aunt and uncle who we would visit each summer with my grandparents.… Continue reading What’s In A Name