Tag Archives: exercise

What are the Best Cooking Oils?

  Hi , After our amazing vacation last week, John left on a bachelor party weekend to Chicago and I had a different kind of vacation at home with the cats and my couch and my books this past weekend. It was amazing!! In my recent workshop, there were a lot …

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What are the Best Cooking Oils?

  Hi , After our amazing vacation last week, John left on a bachelor party weekend to Chicago and I had a different kind of vacation at home with the cats and my couch and my books this past weekend. It was amazing!! In my recent workshop, there were a lot …

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Wake up Maggie

Pretty Girl Maggie is a 5 1/2 year old Shih Tzu mix. she is a good size and longer and taller than a normal size Shih Tzu. she needs to get some exercise to loose some weight also. Poor Maggie lost her family as they could no longer keep her. …

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Cute Cassie

Meet Cassie isn’t she beautiful and Regal ! Cassie is a 5 month old female German Shepard Pup. With one ear up and waiting for the other to follow suite, she is so very pretty ! Cassie is house trained and crate trained. She has a sweet nature and knows …

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Oliver Oliver, never before has a dog deserved more

Oliver is 6 years old, and an all round nice guy. He is cuddley and social, lots of fun. Being a beagle, Oliver must have daily exercise and a fenced yard in which to play. He is housetrained. We are looking for a home with no small children so Oliver …

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Ministry Of Health Not Spending Physiotherapy Dollars Wisely

May 17th, 2013 by Community Office News: QUEEN’S PARK – Recent cuts from the Ministry of Health will mean less physiotherapy services particularly for the elderly, according to Elgin-Middlesex-London MPP Jeff Yurek. Recently, the current government announced it would put $156 million a year toward physiotherapy, exercise and fall prevention …

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It’s Time to Make a Decision

A Personal Note from Peggy It was nice this past weekend to take a little break and head to the cottage to do a bit of gardening and a bunch of relaxing :) This week’s feature article encourages you to make a decision… which is sometimes a bit of a …

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So you are Ready for Change. What’s Next?

A personal note from Peggy I hope that you have had a chance to get out and enjoy some much needed (and patiently waited for) sunshine this week! A couple of weeks ago, we discussed change and how people don’t like it. You have to get to a place where …

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Wind Warning for: St. Thomas – Aylmer – Eastern Elgin County

ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 8:53 PM EDT MONDAY 29 OCTOBER 2012 Summary Severe winds of 60 gusting up to 100 km/h beginning this evening. This is a warning that potentially hazardous winds are expected in these regions. Monitor weather conditions and listen for updated statements. Recommended Action Details Post …

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A New Year …..a New Beginning

Each year we start off with many dreams flowing through our minds, different intentions of what we would like to accomplish in this year. We also reflect on the year gone by, what we accomplished, but far to often what we didn’t accomplish. Does that sound familiar to you? Far …

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A cat’s time to die?

Death comes to us all, whether we like it or not. For most of us, death comes later in life and is often expected. While most live to a good age, we lose too many before their time. Death is unavoidable. There is a movement afoot for assisted suicide for …

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Finish what you started

Here at the St. Thomas Blog, we spend hours searching through the internet to find content as well as potential contributors. A simple search such as ‘St. Thomas Ontario Blog‘ will find thousands of websites, only the majority of them have not had anything written for over a year. There …

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Pictures and politics

With the forest of signs growing larger each day, both here and London, I am wondering what the motivation is to either place your image on the sign, or to omit it? Do you include your image so that you can show the potential voters that you look trustworthy, that you have an honest face? On the flip side, if you don’t include your image, does it mean that you would rather not be seen by the voters? As I believe most candidates have websites, or at least brochures or leaflets with their image on it, does it come down to money? If you don’t have your likeness on the sign, does it mean you are financially responsibly? The same can be said about the size of the signs, does bigger mean anything, does it mean you can afford to spend more? Does it mean that size IS important? In my ‘world’ I would have each candidate given a budget with which to advertise their wares as it were. How they chose to spend it would be up to them, but the voting public would know how much they had to spend and would be able to see what that [...]

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