Molly may have her daddy’s dimples and bright blue eyes, but she is definitely her mother’s daughter — a reality I find a little unnerving to say the least.
At just five-and-a-half years old, my Kindergartner embodies many of the same quirky mannerisms and facial expressions as I do. She also twirls her curly hair when she’s nervous, douses her eggs in ketchup and is slow to speak up if something or someone is bothering her. The last one has me a little freaked out.
Let’s go glamping in one of Fort Langley National Historic Site’s oTENTIk’s and connect to our cultural heritage and experience life inside the Fort as only the Hudson’s Bay Company employees could.
Watching loved ones struggle with alcoholism and drug dependence can be heartbreakingly painful, but for one Langley family, it has served as a catalyst for change.
Langley resident Linda Goulding, 58, and her daughter Mandy, 24, have combined their individual talents and passions to launch a unique home-based bath and beauty product business fittingly dubbed Your Divine Addictions.