Not really one to post news stories to my blog but this news is worth sharing (click the blue link above). If you have children and live in this "very costly city" I hope you are getting all of your child tax deductions (which include the parents of the children who come to my kid's yoga classes too I am sure)! This video is a reminder and was just posted today on our CBC.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
CBC News - British Columbia - VIDEO: Parents should save receipts for children's tax credits
Stacks of FREE admission passes to the Yoga Conference!
I will have them on my person and will be giving them out to students and to other teachers to give to their students. If you want some get in touch, find me, or come and pick them up.
Good times abound at the Yoga Conference! If you are into yoga, you do not want to miss the Conference.
Oct 1-3 @ The Vancouver Convention Centre
For more info click this link www.theyogaconference.com
Not really sure how, but my (neglected) garden plot still manages to put food on our table. I haven't been around the garden much the past few months but hey...it happens to all of us. That thing called life! Now that summer is winding down I will be making the garden much more of a priority again. Luckily for us here in BC we can garden all year long and grow much of our own food. Here are a few pics of the garden this morning. Every garden is just such a heavenly place to be. In spite of my neglect I've still got lettuce, potatos, beets, peppers, squash, basil, cilantro, thyme, parsley, chives, pumpkins, rosemary, onion...I can't even think of what else right now. Soon I will also have eggplant, and hopefully a few carrots. I am looking forward to growing garlic this year as well. Hope I don't miss the boat again on the planting of the garlic again! Really can't recommend enough, growing your own food. It is truly something I wish I started doing long ago for countless reasons.