12 Reasons You Need To Invest In A Dog

There’s a reason why dogs are called mans best friend, so if you yearn for a devoted companion who can improve your quality of life and make you smile, what are you waiting for? Buddy (the shaved poodle) has been the best thing that has happen to my mom in a long time. It makes […]

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10 Ways To Show Hospitality During Your Cancer Treatment Stay

Somewhere along the path of cancer we begin to loss our connection to the world around us. We become shelters in our family cocoons of comfort that this is only happening to me and my family. Why us! Why can’t the world accommodate to our needs and wants. Why do prices have to go up? […]

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10 Facts Sacred heart Retreat House and Visitation Monastery

Sacred heart Retreat House and Visitation Monastery began in 1832 when Bishop Michael Portier invited five Visitation Sisters from Georgetown, D.C. to pioneer the formation of a convent and school for girls. Twenty-seven acres of land was deeded to them, along with a five-room cottage known as the de Angelis house. By 1834, the number […]

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Thinking About Joining A Monastery?

This cozy little monastery is a beautiful and peaceful sanctuary down town Mobile, AL. The story of how we came to know this place is a rather lovely one, and is thanks to one grandmother who was thinking of joining the convent. Becoming a nun was always a dream of hers. She grew up a […]

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Travelling Companions | St. Mary Roman Catholic Church

    Welcome to St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Banff, Alberta, Canada. For more than 100 years, St. Mary’s has served the faith of natives, traders and trappers, settlers, ranchers and farmers, and growing families from both rural and urban communities. Thanks to our pioneer families and their descendants, many of whom are still […]

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Cancers Back Now What

Three best friends, a full tank, Fleetwood Mac on the play list, Monastery bound, and rainy summer day setting behind us. That is exactly how this little trip to CTCA began. However, the trip left us seeing more cancer on the CT scan and coming back for more chemo infusions. BUT. It’s going to be […]

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27 Things To Do This Summer

I’m a girl that loves the outdoors. I specially love the summer when the watermelons are sweet as the day is long. Rarely do I like to plan anything, I, instead, do whatever wants to come next to my own imagination and going with one curiosity to another. Are you like this too? Here are […]

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10 Tips On How to Organize Your Make-Up + A Whole Lot More

I was introduced to make up at a very young age. My mother would constantly sign me up for the next pageant and before you knew it, I was being poked in the eye with the next eyeliner. It was usually always worth the pain. As I would have the next shiny crown stored in my room […]

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One Way to Explain The Process of Cancer To A Child

Here is a DIY to teach and explain cancer to a child. What you will need: 1 white table-cloth Markers Play Dough I started by tracing his body on a table cloth. He really enjoyed this. He kept saying, “mom don’t mark on me, and then ended it by saying, “wow look how huge my […]

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