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Apr 3, 2014

MY GUITAR PAL – A GREAT IDEA

I want to share with all of you a wonderful program that has been created by my brother-in-law, my nephew and others talented folks called  
MY GUITAR PAL is a great start-up and will become so huge but like the term start-up indicates the word needs to get out there.

“At My Guitar Pal we are aiming to create the best online guitar courses available for players of all levels and styles.  We will do this by providing not only great instruction but also the best and clearest user experience available.  Not only have we created a tonne of great content (600 + HD videos and counting, spanning 23 courses), but we are also nearing completion of our unique course system which allows for both progressive step-by-step learning and self-directed learning.  We have taken lifetimes of experience as career musicians and instructors and translated a tried and true teaching methodology to a web platform that we are confident will be the easiest and best place to learn to play.”
 I ask that you please share this as much as possible, with family, friends and bloggers. You never know who they know that may be interested in what MY GUITAR PAL has to offer. 
You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter too.

Mar 29, 2014

CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR….OR SALE

We are planning to move. Not downsizing other than the yard. We just don’t have the time to take care of the large yard and garden we have now.
We know what we want and what is a deal breaker. We have come close a few times to finding something that meets our criteria. It can be either a house or a townhouse.
  • large rancher – with or without a downstairs. All that matters is that the garage/entry, kitchen, master bedroom and laundry room are all on the same level.
  • somewhat private
  • modern
We have viewed a few places. I do a lot of research online before choosing a place to see. I make up my mind very quickly.
The first place was a townhouse in a gated community perched on a hillside. It was very large with two levels but all the main stuff is on the entry level. The master bedroom had two huge walk in closets. The view from both levels was fabulous.
HILLTOP
Then someone made an offer on it before us. I was very disappointed but then the deal fell through…because there are 2 conflicting engineers reports. Seems like there was some cracking in the adjoining unit and the first engineer said the hillside erosion was the reason. The second engineers report said it was just building material failure. We were not willing to take the chance.
Keep on looking. Okay. Not too far from the first one I found this one. It is a house with a small yard. I figured the yard upkeep was doable. Beautiful windows, nice kitchen with an interesting stainless steel backsplash. Hmmm maybe. EMPRESS HOUSE
Oh wait… what is that? Big cracks at the ceiling. Even bigger cracks in the slab patio outside the lower level. My husband didn’t like the slanting lot and I had to agree but the real kicker was the awful odour of natural gas outside. Not coming from the house but not sure where from. Well another one bites the dust.
So many that just are not suitable. They are too small, too close to their neighbours, too old and dated. I start to get panicky and start to look further away than we had planned.
I found a beautiful place. It is on a golf course. I located some virtual tours and the house is great. I was decorating it in my head but the reality of my husband and I both having to drive an hour to work and an hour home again knocked this one off our list. For a brief moment though I thought I would do be able to do it.
CHILLIWACK
Time to move on….just not moving in.
Oh look what we found. Beautiful. Big. Modern. Close enough to work. What could go wrong?
Power lines! This beautiful home is right next to the giant power lines. I know!!!!! Just not something we can overlook. Even if we put something on that side of the deck so we didn’t really see the tower what about the health issues associated with these towers? So many conflicting reports on their safety. Just too close for comfort.
SUMAS So the search continues. We are not in a hurry but in my mind I really am. I want to move and I want to move soon. It is hard to be disappointed each time. There have been a couple more I have viewed but didn’t include them here because they wouldn’t have been suitable like these would have been if not for the deal breakers at the end. 
So we will keep looking. I am not going to settle….yet. 

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Mar 22, 2014

INSPIRATION ON AN ISLAND

Many of you know I love basketball. I especially love university, college and high school basketball.
I enjoy the growth and positive outcomes for many of these kids. I enjoy the camaraderie and spirit. It is a different game when it isn’t an overpriced pro league.
The teams from different schools travel a lot and do all kinds of fundraising to pay for their travel costs.
I have bought the chicken, the pie shells, the poinsettias, the wrapping paper and yes, even the manure.
But imagine you live in an isolated community. Who do you play against? Who comes to your school to challenge you in a game?
Haida Gwaii is off the British Columbia coast and is a group of islands commonly referred to as the Queen Charlotte Islands. You will get here by boat or by plane. For them to travel to play any other teams it can mean multiple, long ferry rides. If the weather turns bad it means longer stays in hotel rooms as well. 

These boys needed to raise about $40,000 – $50,000 to play this year. It is worth it. There has been a basketball scholarship for one of the players, Nathan Vogstad, to go to Simon Fraser University.
“It is showing they can make it to university too. It is not impossible being on Haida Gwaii,” says Vogstad. “If you work hard enough and keep going to the gym, you can do it too.”
Hats off to this small community for supporting their basketball team so they can compete against other teams and improve their games and their futures.

Feb 24, 2014

BLOGGERS WHO HAVE MOVED ON

In the 5 years that I have been blogging I have “met” some amazing people. I have met artists, moms, business people, caretakers, young people, not so young people. Writers and creators. People who support others in the trials of life even when their own trials are mindboggling.

What is it about blogging that brings so many people from different backgrounds together in such an informal, close group?

Here is what I am thinking about today though. There have been some bloggers who have just disappeared. I think about them and wonder what is going on in their lives. I wonder if they are okay.

I don’t think in these cases it is always just a lack of time. I think there is more to the absence. Lack of time results in sporadic posting or commenting. Not a complete vanishing act.

Some have had devastating life events happen that I know about but others have just disappeared. Not only are they no longer on their own blogs but they do not comment on the blogs that they used to visit regularly.

It is like thinking about your friend from high school that you lost touch with. You think about them and remember them but you have no idea where they are or what they are doing. magnifying glass

I wonder if they realize how many people think about them and care about them? I know for a fact how the blog community at large regularly ask me about some people. Checking to see if I have heard from them. Sadly I haven’t.

Not that these people owe any of us an explanation. I just hope if any of them cruise on by here they know they are thought of often….and I am pretty sure they all know who they are. I can think of 5 of you right off the top of my head.

Take care. Be well. You are thought of and missed.

Feb 23, 2014

TIME IS ON MY SIDE

I have been working 4 X 10 shifts at work which result in an extra day off those weeks. When the business needs allow one of those days can be a Friday. When all the stars align then next week the day of can be the Monday resulting in a four day weekend. blog.lion-in-tree

This is brilliant. It is just wonderful.

I was off Friday. I lounged around in the morning having extra coffee. I went to Costco and filled a cart. I came home, had lunch and put some ribs in the oven.

I visited on social media sites and blogs. I read a book on my Kobo reader.

I cleaned my kitchen and put away the Costco stuff.

Friday night I was on my Rock Music of Our Time Facebook page (Come join us. Lots of fun) until late enjoying the posted music of the group and posting tons of fabulous rock music myself. Day 1….a great success.

Day 2 (Saturday) I slept in, snuggled in a warm bed. I pulled out my reader and continued with my book propped up in bed until the want of coffee forced me to get up. Did I mention I have the house to myself? Ahhhhh.READING IN BED

I played a hidden object game on the computer that morning. Just a little something to stimulate my mind. I love those games and played this one from start to finish.

Time to pull out the slow cooker for a couple of beef roasts. The house smells of onion and garlic and the cooking beef. The snow is falling lightly and I feel so content and relaxed.

The phone rang and it was my mother-in-law. We talked for an hour and half and it was so nice. I was not in a hurry. I was not tired. I was happy to have a visit on the phone with her. inge

The afternoon was filled with the cleaning up of my bedroom closet. Packing up items for charity. Folding and hanging. Sorting. All in preparation for a move hopefully in the near future.

More reading, more social media, more computer time. The TV has been off. The snow has been falling but not sticking. It melts on the roadways right away. I don’t have to go anywhere.

By the time my pot roasts are ready I am not hungry but I package them up in vacuum sealed bags in their gravy bath for the freezer. One day when we pull them out for dinner on a busy work week I will smile and remember this loooong weekend of mine.

So today is Sunday. I awoke at 7:30 and again picked up my Kobo reader. I want to finish my book. I have now finished 7 books since I got my reader for Christmas. I used to read all the time but over the last few years have not found the time to relax and grab a book. With the reader I order books through the library and make a point of finishing them before they have to be returned. This is free…FREE PEOPLE… I am happy to be a reader again.

I pull myself out of my warm cocoon and make some coffee. I have some things planned for today. I am going to shower and get dressed. Woohoo. I am going to make my famous meatballs (click here), again loading up the freezer for those mid week meals.

There is a new library book waiting for me that I hope to start today but I am going to also do my laundry and maybe attack a couple hall closets.

There are lots of chores in my weekend but the most amazing feeling is that come tomorrow, Monday, I am still off work. I feel as if I have had a vacation. I will head back to work on Tuesday with a renewed energy and outlook. frikipix_sleeping_cat

This is a most wonderful long weekend and it is doing me a world of good.

So…. how you doin? 

Feb 17, 2014

TEENS TO BE PROUD OF

So often we hear the bad news about teens. The drinking games posted on YouTube that are killing teens. 

The stupid, risky behaviour, the nasty music, drugs, parties, vandalism, fighting. 

Well here in B.C. I am thrilled to share a video of some Kelowna teens who decided a different kind of teen challenge should be on YouTube. 

These young men went out grocery shopping and made up care packages to give to the homeless in their area. 

They said why not do something that down the road you can be proud of on internet instead of ashamed. 

You guys are awesome. Keep up the challenges. Let’s see if this can be a trending topic on the internet.





Feb 13, 2014

ME EITHER - COULDA PUT SOMEONE'S EYE OUT


Feb 10, 2014

STEP UP TO THE TABLE

Let’s file this in the “Signs of the Times” folder. Then let’s toss it in the garbage because it needs to go there.

My sister took me out for dinner Saturday night. We went to a nice restaurant and sat at a little booth.

Shortly after we were seated a woman came in and was seated across from us at a bigger booth and I heard her asking for a booster seat.

Uh oh I thought. This is an adult type restaurant. No kids menus. No coloring books. Here we go again thinking back to the dinner out we had on my birthday. You can read about that here. I will wait until you get back to continue.

Minutes later her husband came in along with their 4 young boys. The oldest appeared to be about 7 or 8 years old. I tensed up.

Turns out there was nothing to worry about with their behaviour. They were really quiet and yet I am still not happy. Why? Not because I am a grumpy old lady but because when I looked over at their quiet table of 6 you could see every one of them was using a handheld device of some sort.

(NOT THE ACTUAL PEOPLE) Screen-Shot-2013-10-09-at-12.53.25-PM

IPhones, gaming consoles whatever. They were not looking at each other. They were not talking to each other. The parents looked up when the server came to their table for something but other than the odd word here or there they completely ignored each other.

Yes they were quiet and didn’t disturb the other patrons but I don’t think this is a solution. I am really saddened. Sharing a meal with your family and not even looking at them is shameful.

These children should be learning how to engage in conversations with adults and each other. They should be learning to look the server in the eye and say thank you when she brings something to the table.

They should be sharing their day, their ideas, their problems. Instead they are staring into a screen and isolating themselves from the world around them.

The parents are once again taking the easy way out and instead of teaching their children what is acceptable behaviour they are “medicating” them with electronics. taber_No_Cell_Phones_Allowed

Also they are not even communicating with their spouse as both of them had their heads buried in their IPhones. This too is teaching their children how to relate to their spouse later on. Ignore them. Pretend they are not there.

It is a sad, sad thing. Step up as a parent or grandparent. Teach these young people how to relate to each other. How to converse. How to enjoy the company of your family at meal time. Also how to behave yourself. Not just for me of course but for the world at large and mainly for the kids.

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