This story I wrote was just published in the December edition of the East Gwillimbury Bulletin magazine. I was asked to write about my most cherished Christmas memory, but instead I chose to write about my most vivid Christmas memory. It dates back to 1974 when I was just 4 years old, and it’s all about the year I was naughty. And yes…every single word is true! You can visit “BJ’s Christmas Story” to read about my story about my beautiful Christmas tree that was published last year in the same magazine.
Many thanks to editor Blair at the East Gwillimbury Bulletin who asked me to write another story for our town’s monthly newspaper. This time the article was for the Father’s Day section of the newspaper. Reflecting on the experiences I had with my dad and the influences my father had on my life was a truly wonderful trip down memory lane. I hope all of you have a chance to celebrate your dad today! You can visit “BJ’s Christmas Story” to read an article I wrote for the December edition of the Bulletin newspaper.
I was very flattered when I was invited to submit a story to the East Gwillimbury Bulletin magazine reminiscing about some of my favourite Christmas memories. This was a very easy story for me to write as I have an incredible passion for my Christmas tree (as everyone who knows me will quickly confirm.) May you have something as special in your life as my tree. Merry Christmas! You can visit “Spud-tacular” to read an article about myself that appeared in the October edition of the Bulletin magazine.
This feature article appears in the October East Gwillimbury Bulletin magazine. It is published in the “EG Women In Business 2022” section of the magazine dedicated to the celebration of Women’s History Month. I have included the photo that is described in great detail in the article. You can visit “BJ’s Radio Interview” for another inside look at the farm.
“In challenging times, it’s the things we take for granted that matter the most.” This commercial poignantly defines what is needed to keep the food supply chain running from the farmers to your kitchen table. And why am I putting an ad for a trucking company on our social media? Wait for it. If you would like to learn more about our farm you can visit “BJ’s Radio Interview” to hear her speak on 105.9 The Region.
Thompson Potato Farm
Farming is fascinating!