Holding the handmade ornaments from my daughter, with their crayon colorings, brilliantly arranged as a little girl of five to say Santa was arriving, made me nostalgic for those beautiful days of handcrafted gifts with special bows made by her small hands.
Archives for December 2016
The ideal candidate is someone who values cleanliness, who upholds respect for people’s property, and who has a sense of responsibility. In other words, high-quality tenants are low-risk tenants. So how do you attract the best-of-the-best? Here are a few tips that will teach you how to screen potential tenants.
I thought of Trump sitting right next to me, having absolutely no clue how extraordinary it was to witness a hummingbird diving into a flower like that.
First I urge all people and organizations involved and interested in energy and its impact on the environment and the human race to get educated. Obtain your information from a variety of sources not just the media. Use government, industry and scientific sources to read up on the subject. Next look at where you and your family use energy and products derived from petroleum in your daily life.
We are willing to have the world gaze upon our words as if they knew us intimately, and they want to, and they need to. How else will they explain their very
Landing a job in animation is not easy. The competition is tough, and it can be hard to know how to make yourself stand out when applying for a job. As an animation studio, we receive a lot of emails asking for placements or jobs here at Engine House. Here are seven tips we’d give on how to grab our attention.
Every winter we see that illness among friends and family goes on the rise. Here are the top four ways to boost immunity in preparation for weathering the seemingly inevitable seasonal sickness.
With any luck at all, one day soon I hope to be able to shoot sports in the back country, to find the high places where the runners go.
According to Statistics Canada, the poorest provinces have the oldest populations… and wealthiest have the youngest.
If you’ve ever watched an episode of BBC’s Top Gear prior to this year, you probably got hooked on the motoring escapades of the Orangutan, the Hamster, and Captain Slow. It’s hard not to.