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By: Laura Christie On the last two occasions when I pulled out the mower, I cut the lawn cross-wise instead of length-wise. It certainly didn’t make the task any more pleasant, but I had it in my head that cutting it this way made the chore shorter in duration. And just the feeling of it being shorter was good, as there were still the flower beds...
By: Laura Christie Soon to begin at The Village Table location, will be cooking classes for children and youth. We’ve partnered with Growing Chefs Ontario, Old East Village Grocer and London Public Library to run the sessions. Two community oriented classes take place in the afternoon on Tuesday, August 8th & 29th.  Participants are encouraged...
By: Laura Christie If the title of this blog was accurate to the statement I remember from the past, it would state “Laura, life is not a Harlequin Romance”. This was part of sage advice offered by my father when I was in my early twenties. I’m sure he chose this segue into the conversation about marriage because the females in the Froats family...
By: Vanessa Cullen   When I started planning to write as Laura’s guest-blogger, I knew right away I would want it to be about storytelling. After all, Laura’s blogs usually stem from a great story so I have the theme correct! I also wanted to continue encouraging everyone – volunteers, staff, clients – to share their stories. I started with a...
By: Laura Christie The jubilant month of June – all thirty days – is dedicated to seniors. The theme in 2017 is “Living Your Best Life.” I learned this when I viewed a desperately basic content page courtesy of the government of Ontario. The Ontario Senior Secretariat site was even worse. It read, “A description for this result is not available...

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