Nick De Palma is a class act

Tonight was the final home game for the Acadia Axewomen and Axemen. These student athletes are such great role models. They have come to help run practices, run camps, and really help foster his love for basketball. Tonight was a bit of a sad night as this was the last home game that Noah’s favouriteContinue reading “Nick De Palma is a class act”

Work, family, basketball

Seems like a lot of the posts I end up writing these days are either about work, family, or basketball. That makes a lot of sense because that is basically my life and I’m happy with all of it. There is a really nice balance with everything right now that hasn’t always been present. I’veContinue reading “Work, family, basketball”

Four years at Automattic

Today marks four years since I joined Automattic full time. 🎉As I mentioned last year this is the longest time I’ve ever stayed with a company and now we’re just extending that record. There was a point this year where I briefly thought about looking for a move though. For over two years now IContinue reading “Four years at Automattic”

A tale of two sisters

We woke up to find out that schools are closed again today, the third day in a row, due to snow and road conditions. Noah was up first can came to check if there was school and was excited about the news and delivered the news to two of his sisters. He came back toContinue reading “A tale of two sisters”

Women: Persons under the law

Last week my middle daughter was given a project for school. She was given a year, 1929, and was told to research a court decision which was passed that year in Canada. History was far from my favourite subject and therefore not one I’m strong in, so when she first told me about it IContinue reading “Women: Persons under the law”