Many thanks to Donna for hosting a great St. Patrick’s Day potluck party yesterday! A big crowd turned out wearing their best green to celebrate the day and enjoy each … Continue reading St Patrick’s Day at Donna’s
Here’s a Ted Talk lecture from psychologist Susan David who shares how dealing with emotions shapes everything that matters: our actions, careers, relationships, health and happiness. By dealing with life … Continue reading The Gift & Power of Emotional Courage
Do you wonder if your brain is still working as well as it used to function? Do you find yourself forgetting things or having trouble remembering details about a long … Continue reading Brain Fitness?
Sheesh! Here it comes again, the season of hearts and flowers and love, a difficult reminder for those who have lost their spouses. If this time of year brings you … Continue reading It’s Valentine’s Day….. Again
If you’ve had enough snow and cold for awhile, maybe it’s time to daydream a little and plan a trip to some place amazing. A few of us went to … Continue reading Ciao Italy!
Just when you thought you’d never have to think about the whole dating scene again, it makes a surprise return, sometimes, following the loss of a spouse. Everyone adapts to … Continue reading How Soon Is Too Soon?
The first Sunday social get together of 2018 kicked off last week at Ricky’s All Day Grill in Burlington, with a crowd of over 40 attending. With most of the … Continue reading Sunday at Ricki’s
“Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.” Helen Keller Loneliness can often be a widow or widowers new companion following the loss … Continue reading Walking Each Other Home, Part 2
Many thanks to Vishan for hosting Sunday afternoon’s first potluck of 2018! Despite chilly temperatures, over 40 people braved the wind and icy streets, and brought with them a huge … Continue reading Sunday Afternoon at Vishan’s
The start of a new year is a great time to put the past in the past and focus our sights on new things. Here’s a couple of articles we … Continue reading Some Inspiration For 2018
Saturday Feb 24th, Food For Life is participating in a Canada wide event called Coldest Night of the Year. The Coldest Night of the Year is a fun, family-friendly fundraiser that raises … Continue reading The Coldest Night of the Year
Well, it’s over for another year – the bittersweet Christmas and New Year’s season of joy and cheer. Now, it’s time for us to decide what 2018 is going to look … Continue reading Living Life In The Front Row
Many thanks to Donna who opened her house to over 40 WF members for a Holiday Cocktail Party on Sunday afternoon. Everyone wore their best Christmas themed attire and prizes … Continue reading Christmas Cheer at Donna’s
Last week we posted the first in a series of thoughts of encouragement and hope for this holiday season. Today our message is about taking the time to look after … Continue reading The Bittersweet Season of Joy & Cheer #2
It’s December, that time of year when it feels like the whole world is celebrating the holiday season. But, for many people, the Christmas season is bittersweet – wonderful celebrations, … Continue reading The Bittersweet Season of Joy & Cheer
Many thanks to Melody and Daniel for hosting Saturday’s “Mad Hatter” party! There was delicious food, great hats and a fun time for everyone. Congratulations to Mad Hat winner Joanna … Continue reading The Mad Hatter’s Pizza Party
During the holiday season, Food 4 Life, holds a Turkey Drive to provide families in need with a holiday dinner. With 1 in 10 families in Halton “food insecure,” the … Continue reading Help A Hungry Family This Holiday Season
With a few snow flurries flying by the windows, it was nice to be inside in the warmth of Ricky’s, eating Sunday dinner with friends. Thirty-nine people enjoyed the buffet, … Continue reading Warm Inside at Ricky’s