Launch of #OserTrouverSaPlace in Sherbrooke
Throwback to that perfect night of may. It was the official launch party for my very first book, Oser trouver sa place. Surrounded by family, friends and followers of the site, we celebrated the culmination of this major personal and professional project.
Here are some photos from the event.
More pictures here
I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the evening’s supporters and partners:
To you, the parent doing it all on your own, I salute you.
I’m typing this from my bed in the Le Germain hotel in Montreal (I have an early morning television appearance tomorrow), and this sensation that I hate has come over me again…
As for me, I accompany them to the front door, where…
This weekend, I was feeling grumpy.
Good old perspective. Sometimes, by changing our viewpoint, we see a situation vastly differently.
Sometimes, by looking at a situation from a new angle, we see things in a new light and are better able to manage.
Monday was our last mother-son lunch date, and I didn’t even know it. I mean, I knew the day was coming, but honestly, I thought it would be later in the week.
Except now, I’m starting to feel like this has been a long week. It’s so quiet in the house! I miss my favourite dynamic duo. I’m really looking forward to picking them up tonight…
This week, running really taught me a lesson worth learning.
If, like me, you have school-aged children, reports cards are a big milestone, one that often precipitates many a parent-teacher conference