My husband and I live in the Comox Valley on beautiful Vancouver Island.
We have a fur-baby, a Shih Tzu named Xia-Li. Her name means “a bright, rosy sunrise.” How appropriate since she is, after all, a brand new day for us.
Pete and I love to work together in our garden and one of our favorite things is to pack a lunch and head off to one of the many beaches in our back yard. Together, we snoop through old book stores–Pete in the War/Military section and me in the Literature section.
My hubby is a retired Air Force Firefighter. He loves golf, hockey, and is, no matter what, and against all odds, a faithful Leafs fan. These days, he enjoys a quiet life with me and our Shih Tzu Overlord.
I hold a Master of Arts in Integrated Studies with a Focus in Literary Studies from Athabasca University. I also have a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Liberal Studies from Vancouver Island University, an Associate of Arts degree from North Island College, and a ESL Teaching Certificate from ITTT TEFL International. Yet, I have not the slightest idea anymore what I will do with all this gosh-darn book learning. I guess Peter and I will be good as long as we have a place to plant our tomatoes.
But life is a strange, funny thing–anything can and does happen…