The pages on our calendars keep flipping faster and faster, I can’t keep up! Really, some of them are still on August!
Do you write things down, put them in your phone or have a running list of events that you keep updating.
Something has to give!
Hard to digest that its been a week since being south of Regina at the Rhys Thomas family farm. The Country Coookout is back out Balcarres way.
The Labour Day weekend was a great re-set for the final quarter of 2016! I’m not totally buying in that I’m ready to see the leaves fall, the crops come off and the chill of October and November settle over us. Who is??
Many people will be on the highways to travel one place or another. Are you squeaking in a trip to the lake? Favorite campground? Going to Winnipeg for football? Anything can happen and it usually does.
The message is: don’t let the hustle and flow take you out of your game. Pay attention to the small details and you’ll be much happier and healthier. Our weekends seem to become more deadly than ever before.
Deposit your cell phone into a bag, turn it off or down, just don’t be drawn into the distracted driving trap. If you are celebrating, don’t get behind the wheel. Let’s turn this province around.
We love to get out and be active. Saskatchewan is all about family which includes many families helping during the harvest.
Farm safety, boat safety, knowing the rules of the road; all things to take in to consideration.
This weekend if the combine isn’t running and you aren’t travelling for football or moving to university, make a stop along the highway.
There’s a convoy on the horizon – extend a hearty wave.
Over 43 long and short haul truckers will be rolling down Highway 11 for the 10th Annual World’s Longest Truck Convoy for Special Olympics. Stop into the Turvey Convention Centre for the BBQ. Drive. Eat. Repeat!!
A Truck Pull takes place after the last truck rolls in. Currently there are 4 teams the could use some competition!
Sunday, another day of work/play at the Rick Hansen Park.
I cannot drive this home enough; women are being diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer – often with little time for treatment. The #OvarianCanadaCancer #WalkofHope is Sunday – BE THERE.
If you didn’t register, didn’t raise money, don’t worry. There are plenty of other things for you to do. Eat! Socialize! Buy raffle tickets. Talk to those in treatment and survivors. Talk to families about their path that they’ve taken during cancer diagnosis and treatment.
There are triumphs and tribulations in all that we do.
Be present in all that surrounds you this and every weekend.