https://www.instagram.com/ljhaughton/ I have added a few new photos to the shop, but need to hear from you which ones you would want to see in the shop or gallery! Drop me a message if you want to see something in the shop that you have seen on my instagram page and I can quickly add!Continue reading “New Photos in the store”
This wave has been a Tsunami on the emotions, I see it everywhere I look. People are angry, fed up, frustrated, short fused and tired. I myself have been noticing that the slightest thing annoys me and despite trying to avoid the news I am still confronted with the reality of this pandemic on aContinue reading “A call to arms”
Today I have been honoured to walk through the pain of loss, the pain of deep sorrow, the pain of disappointment and anger and failure and guilt with a number of friends who are each in their own way struggling through some of life’s most difficult moments while also navigating a pandemic and isolating themselvesContinue reading “Why God?”
Coming this Holy Week at the Little Trinity YouTube channel! Two reflections a day by various artists in the Little Trinity Church community! Check it out!
I was asked by Water Ambassadors to take a few pictures of the CN Tower all lit up blue for World Water Day, getting out after dark isn’t something I generally have time for but this week I got the chance and I am so glad I did. The city at night is a specialContinue reading “Night walk on World Water day”
Check it out! I had the amazing opportunity to be interviewed for Through The Lens of Motherhood today on 100 Huntley Street! Check it out using the link above!
Last year Joshua made this video to share his typical cardiology appointment and to help raise awareness for Congenital Heart Defects during heart month. Check it out and DON’T FORGET TO SHARE!
Close your eyes, imagine the world of King Solomon, he’s sitting by his window looking out over the fields in the distance, musing about life, about time, about the crops that are planted and harvested, the seasons, the births and the deaths, the joy and the pain, the tears and the laughter and he takesContinue reading “No fear”
Thirteen years ago I became a mother. I still remember the feeling so well, it wasn’t the way I had wanted it to go, nor was it the way I had planned. It was an emergency C-section that stole the baby from my womb and then rushed him over to the SickKids Cardiac Critical CareContinue reading “13 years”