Time Flies

My they’ve grown and we are still having adventures!

Return to the blog

I’m surprised WordPress has kept this little blog after all this time. I believe my last post was in 2017, that’s 3 years ago. During the last three years or so I was really focused on photography. Weddings, babies, people, and some nature photography.

In 2019, I returned to school for a new focus, Medical Office Administration. This left me with little time for photography and needing lots of time for studying. It was a challenging year going back to college at the age of 43 but definitely worth it. COVID-19 has been a slight bump in the road. Work placements were cancelled and the last month or so of my course was completed online. But it’s official I have completed my studies with Honours.

I am now beginning my search for employment. My hope is to find a position in a hospital clinic, preferably in mental health. However, I am open to all types of clinics and positions and am excited for this new opportunity!

Thank you WordPress for hanging on to my photos and memories. I will be looking back through the photos I’ve shared here. I will try to keep sharing some of our adventures throughout this summer 2020.

January 13, 2017

Happy New Year! It’s been a couple of years since I have visited my blog. That was quite a break.

All this time I have been working to improve my photography. 🙂

Here’s one of my latest landscape photos.


The morning this photo was taken it was minus 14 Celsius. Chilly. You can tell from the frost in the trees and the fog in the air. 🙂

Have a great day,

Three Ladybugs Like to Play



Summer activities- Painting


We are always looking for fun activities to do on indoor days. Activities like painting fits the description. So we decided to do some watercolor painting.

We love reusing plastic packaging for crafting. So when we needed a water tub for washing out our paint brushes, I started thinking “what can we use”?

We happened to have a lunchables container that was perfect for the application. With multiple openings for water and a textured space to help wash out the brush. It was perfect for the job! Yay!


Give it a try if you have one laying around.:)

Three Ladybugs Play

Enter the forest


Notice that the stiffest tree is most easily cracked, while the bamboo or willow survives by bending with the wind.

Bruce Lee


Close up of a honeybee

I’m starting a collection of honeybee closeups. I guess 🙂 Seeing how we have lots of these girls cruising around I will probably continue to snap pictures of them. lol


It looked like she was scratching her head but I’m sure she was doing an important honeybee task. I just haven’t figured what that task is yet.

Have a great day,

Three Ladybugs Play

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