How to survive things you can’t change.

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Pallet sofa sign fabric post HERE Every morning, I bring my coffee out to the pallet wood sofa to begin my day. This is the spot where I linger a little too long, waiting until the mental morning fog lifts. It usually takes about 2 cups… This little spot became my BFF. It was always there to […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 394

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 394 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific   Hello everyone, and a happy summer-fall to ya! Feels like both, doesn’t it? This past week I actually started a fall AND Christmas DIY! But my schedule got interrupted when Walter the pruner drove in the driveway with his excavator […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 393

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 393 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific   Happy weekend to ya! This week was a real mixed bag. And boy do I have new stories to share soon. I had to make a rush decision on something big which resulted in a major power packed ending in […]

The merits of being indecisive.

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Welcome to my little scattered brain indecisive world…. and now, accompanying blog post. Normally I build a blog post around a start and end to something I’ve experienced, as a means of inspiring another that may need to travel the same road. However, (at the moment I’m writing this) this is not the case. Nope. […]

White-white walls with revamped kitchen crate shelves

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When I first painted my house after the main renos, a really nice tone called Bamboo Beach by Cloverdale Paint (in Canada) covered every. single. wall. All of them. I really did love the colour… until I didn’t. As time went on I just desired something fresher. On went the search of the perfect greige! […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 392

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 392 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific Hey all! So nice to have you back. I am hoping you are safe, dry and have a few extra prayers to share with our precious Texan neighbours.Don’t mind if I join you. Just feeling deeply saddened by so much devastation. Sometimes […]

An old theatre, Flood Falls and other must visits in Hope

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When I glanced outside this AM, I noticed the clouds moved in. Going out onto the patio with my first coffee of the day, the air was crisp! How can that be? Yesterday was one of the hottest days we’ve had this summer yet! Signs that summer is coming to a close are looming ahead. […]

A new walking trail, travel musings and a health update.

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Last night I watched this fascinating several part show on TV (through Shaw On Demand) called Walking The Nile. (Amazon affiliate link) It was about a guy that walked along the Nile River, regarded as the longest in the world, from start to finish taking 9 months. 9 MONTHS! He bought his own camels, traversed through the Sahara […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 391

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Welcome to DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 391 Every Friday, 7 PM through Wednesday 11 PM Pacific Happy weekend! Where DID the past week go? I don’t even know. Oh right… for me it circled around loads of fun septic tank adventures and yard clean up. Then going bike riding daily to forgetaboutitall. Not exactly a super exciting DIY week to […]