My Top Nine Of COVID-19 Year

Wow! What a year! It’s been a big adjustment for all of us this year! From the beginning of Covid-19 lockdowns, I was laid off from my job of 20 years and my other contract jobs too! It was very shocking and tough to handle at first. But, as time went by, I decided that… Continue reading My Top Nine Of COVID-19 Year

The New Covid-19 Life Of Zoom

Just a couple of years ago, was when I just began to use this app named Zoom. It was quite new for me. So, when the Covid-19 lockdowns came about and my Minions had to go online for school, I had some idea what it was…. Suddenly, everything went to Zoom! School meetings, family gatherings,… Continue reading The New Covid-19 Life Of Zoom

Art Inspiration: Love Earth

Ever since the beginning of the pandemic, learning to conserve what we have became evident as we would not be going out and buying items like before. For me, it’s not as difficult, but for many who were used to just throw things out and buy new items as they pleased, it was harder. Comment… Continue reading Art Inspiration: Love Earth

Halloween Drive Thru 2020

This year because of COVID-19, the fairgrounds in the area organized a drive-thru version of trick or treating for all to visit safely. With each $15 ticket per car (no matter the size), it came with a trick or treat bag that we held outside the car window. As we weaved around the decorated parking… Continue reading Halloween Drive Thru 2020

Halloween Fun House for the Faint of Heart (From 2019)

I used to visit haunted houses. Before being a mom, I would visit one or two scary “haunted houses” during the Halloween season. These houses were … Halloween Fun House for the Faint of Heart Remembering the good old days of gathering with huge groups for Halloween… this was just a year ago…. Follow Chocoviv’s… Continue reading Halloween Fun House for the Faint of Heart (From 2019)

Sharing Harry Potter Memories With My Minions

From the start, my Eldest Minion was already interested in Harry Potter as a few of her friends owned the whole set of the books. So, I was the one to join her to watch the movies on Netflix. My Younger Minion was not interested at all. That was before the pandemic hit. As we… Continue reading Sharing Harry Potter Memories With My Minions

Reblog Feature: 5 Hygiene and Safety Tips on Cloth Face Mask – 2020 School Year

“Schools are starting soon, and parents are concerned about the safety of their children. There are a lot of unknowns, and like everything else in 2020, we are all learning as we go on. Some of us are trusting the system and sending our kids to school, some with cloth face masks and some without. I know… Continue reading Reblog Feature: 5 Hygiene and Safety Tips on Cloth Face Mask – 2020 School Year

Art Inspiration: Naruto, The Anime

During this Covid-19 pandemic, I finally had the opportunities to really sit back and enjoy some anime. “The term anime is derived from the English word animation, and in Japan is used to refer to all forms of animated media. Outside Japan, the term refers specifically to animation from Japan or to a Japanese-disseminated animation style often characterized by colorful… Continue reading Art Inspiration: Naruto, The Anime

Book Review: Time Zero By Carolyn Cohagan

Summary This teen novel was placed in the far future when Manhattan island was separated from mainland New York by war and a wall. “The Prophet” had convinced the citizens of the island that everybody outside was evil and that women were inferior to men. Themes 1) abuse of power: By segregating the people by… Continue reading Book Review: Time Zero By Carolyn Cohagan

Reblog Feature: My Secret To Easy Waste Free Picnics

Maybe not this year, COVID kind of threw us off our routine and plans for this summer. But we are a road trip kind of family. Every summer we go camping at least twice or three times which includes a short road trip going and coming back plus a road trip to Okanagan. We have… Continue reading Reblog Feature: My Secret To Easy Waste Free Picnics