Welcome back to Week 3 of the $100 Room Challenge! If you would like more information on the challenge, $100 Room Challenge – Lemons, Lavender and Laundry has all the details! You can catch up on the progress of my “Office in a Living Room” catch up with Week 1 HERE and Week 2 HERE.
I am in full Fall mode around the house and I have been pulling out all of our Fall and Halloween decorations. I wanted to spruce up the Burlap Wreath I made for the front door with something other than some faux leaves or flowers. Luckily my in-laws had a garden full of corn ready to be picked and let me take as many ears as I wanted! [Read more…]
Welcome back for Week 2 of the $100 Room Challenge! If you would like more information on the challenge, $100 Room Challenge – Lemons, Lavender and Laundry has all the details! You can catch up on Week 1 HERE. Here is a reminder of what the space looks like before.
We just returned from out last camping trip of the season. *Sniff!*
We headed north to Algonquin Provincial Park and spent 2 nights and 3 days in the woods! Algonquin was established in 1893 which makes it the oldest Provincial Park in Canada. The park is not only full of natural beauty, it is also full of historic significance in logging, rail and tourism.
I am back at the $100 Room Challenge this month along with a bunch of other great bloggers to transform one room, in one month for $100 dollars. Erin at Lemons, Lavender and Laundry created this challenge and I am so glad to be participating once again.
September is here and fall is on its way!
It’s that time of year again, everyone is trying to give you zucchini! Am I right? Or are you trying to give your neighbours, friends, family and coworkers your zucchini? No shame. I would be doing the same thing!
The second stop on our trip was to Cedar Park Resort in Bowmanville, Ontario. This resort boasted a water park geared towards smaller kids and our littles were super excited to check it all out. The water park is included with the camping fees with the exception of the large waterslides. They were $7.00 per person for the day. Since our kiddos are so young, we didn’t bother with the slides.
In Ontario, school will be back in session in about 2 weeks. I can’t believe how fast this summer has flown by for us. I am sure everyone feels that way, but this summer seemed to move faster than usual.
I is really important to me that our kids love school, enjoy learning and look forward to the year ahead. And I feel like a fun way to do that is to make a big deal of it and celebrate the start of a new year, new friends and new adventures.