Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Happy Wednesday

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(¸.•´ (¸.•´ (¸.•¨¯`♥ㄥ◯∨モ •.¸¸.•(((❤)))•.¸¸.•♥ to you all on this Wednesday morning. Good Morning everyone♥

"We know only too well that what we are doing is nothing more than a drop in the ocean. But if the drop were not there, the ocean would be missing something."

- Mother Teresa

Top 10 cities to raise a family in Canada
From this link

Cities 10 - 6

10. Peterborough, Ont.
Population: 80,660

9. Hamilton, Ont.
Population: 670,580

8. Toronto, Ont. (pictured)
Population: 5,132,794

7. Vancouver, B.C.
Population: 2,135,201

6. Montréal, Que.
Population: 3,407,963

5. Windsor, Ont.

Population: 276, 165
Median Age: 40
Why it's great for families: Low cost of food, solid number of mom social groups, and among the lowest infant mortality rates in the country.

4. Calgary

Population: 1,095,404
Median Age: 36
Why it's great for families: Great access to park spaces and public transit, low violent crime rates, and one the youngest median ages in the country.

3. Guelph, Ont.

Population: 122, 362
Median Age: 38
Why it's great for families: Numerous mom groups, easy access to public transit, and among the lowest food costs in the country.

2. Ottawa-Gatineau, Ont./Que.

Population: 933, 596
Median age: 39
Why it's great for families: Easy accessibility to libraries, the lowest violent crime rate in the country, and great public transit, with a fifth of the population taking buses to work.

1. Sherbrooke, Que.

Population: 140, 628
Median Age: 40
Why it's great for families: Some of the lowest rates of child and partner crime in the country, great access to mom groups and daycares, and Quebec's generous 18 week maternity leave policy.

The morning sun brings about new hope for today,

It is a promise that troubles are washed away with 


Today is a brand new day so make the most of it,

enjoy every minute.

- St. Teresa of Avila, a 16th C. nun, poet and writer. Here's a quote from of one of her poems, "Enjoy Me," that describes the power and joy of love so beautifully:

Love once said to me, "I know a song,

Would you like to hear it?"

And laughter came from every brick in the street

And from every cloud

in the sky.
Lovely quote sent to me by the lovely Claire Fontaine

Happiness is lots of layers of love♥♥

As seen on the blog Bella Mumma

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