Posted in February 2014

Tea Time : Read My Lips (North and South)

Tea Time : Read My Lips (North and South)

  Tea: Read My Lips (David’s Tea) Looking for a delicious chocolate tea? Your search is over! Read My Lips from David’s Tea is a tasty and scrumptious tea that will leave you feeling more than satisfied. The perfect blending of dark chocolate and mint, Read My Lips is like drinking dessert. I’ll admit though, … Continue reading

Re-Reading Books

Re-Reading Books

For the first time…in a long time….I’m re-reading a book. This might not sound like a big deal, but to me it is. You see, like many other book lovers I suffer greatly from “So many books, so little time” syndrome. Every time I finish a book and look to start a new one, I … Continue reading

A MUST Watch Video!!

A MUST Watch Video!!

If there is one thing I love, it’s a good story…especially if it’s a true! The band Hollerado (an indie group from Ottawa) has shared an amazing story in one of their latest music videos called “So It Goes”. In the music video, the lead singer, Menno Versteeg, talks about how he was inspired to … Continue reading

Book Review: Vicious

Book Review: Vicious

“If Eli really was a hero, and Victor meant to stop him, did that make him a villain? He took a long sip of his drink, tipped his head back against the couch, and decided he could live with that.” What if you lived in a world where there was the possibility to become Extra-Ordinary? … Continue reading

In the Library: Bookish Valentines

In the Library: Bookish Valentines

I love my job. Especially when it comes to making book displays! To get the library in a festive mood for Valentine’s Day this year, I decided to do something a bit different, and make an interactive display for the kids. I left blank Valentine’s Day cards in the children’s section for the kids to … Continue reading

Book Review: The Museum of Extraordinary Things

Book Review: The Museum of Extraordinary Things

Alice Hoffman always seems to bring history life, and her newest book, The Museum of Extraordinary Things, is no exception. The novel takes place on Coney Island in 1911. Coralie Sardie is the daughter of The Professor, a former magician, and now the proprietor of a Museum showcasing mysterious objects and human oddities like the … Continue reading

Book Review: Red Rising

Book Review: Red Rising

  “You do not follow me because I am the strongest. Pax is. You do not follow me because I am the brightest. Mustang is. You follow me because you do not know where you are going. I do.” Move aside Katniss. Take a number Tris. Because Darrow is here, and he’s about to take … Continue reading

Document Your Life: January 2014

Document Your Life: January 2014

Sometime last year I came across a project called Document Your Life. Participants film short clips of the things they see and do throughout the month, and then put it altogether as a video with music. The purpose is to help you notice the beautiful little things in life, and hopefully live your life to … Continue reading