One of the things that we love the most about winter is enjoying delicious sweet treats! 🙊
We recently had a box of @marysbrigadeiro and they were the best chocolates we've had in Toronto! 😍
Hope that everyone has a sweet weekend! 💕✨👑
Ребята, собираем группу в зимний лагерь в Торонто!
Доступно 👆для учеников 8-11 классы (15-18 лет). Для группы из 10 человек предоставляется сопровождающий.😊 Замечательная программа языковой подготовки, включающая учебу, развлекательные мероприятия и горнолыжный отдых.🎓❄⛄ 🙌В пакет входит: - Оформление визы - Консультации по сбору необходимых документов - Регистрация и платы за размещение в семье - 20 уроков английского языка в неделю - Развлечения - Набор учебников - Страховка - Расселение в хоумстей - Трансфер в и из аэропорта - Питание включено в развлекательную программу - Транспорт до экскурсий - Посещение колледжей и университетов для тех, кто задумывается о поступлении в Канаду (трансфер не включен)
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💙Messages from My Mom! 💙 .
Our path is being guided by a crescent moon. The dog and wolf bellow their moans into the air reminding us to stay connected to our inner sounds of primitive instincts. The stone Pillars mark the Journey through a major change like death to life. Our transformation is leading us to a new life, we are resurrected into a higher initiation. The crab coming out of the water shows we are reborn. .
.❄🌫 One winter day, in the bleak February cold, My mother had such an amazing experience, of relying completely on her intuition. During the few years living on the Indian reservation on Georgian Island, my parents helped many folks. This cold day my mother drove one young family to Toronto to pick up their baby who had been hospitalized. .⚡ Many unexpected delays gave them a late start to head back home. During winter cars were driven across on ice; it was two miles from mainland to the island shore. ❄ When my mom arrived at the ramp in the dark of night there was a compete fog; the tree markers placed on the ice as a guide had been blown away, no where to be seen.
My mom decided to drive across and knew she could not veer a slight degree off her target. Only a small carved ramp was cut in the ice formations, her destination on the island. All she knew was to keep the car wheels straight and not turn them. Any wrong move could have driven them off the ice road, to falling through the ice. Her focus was so intense! It seemed like an eternity, trying to see through the impenetrable clouds. But she gave a big sigh of relief! She had watched her odometer and finally she saw the island and the opening path on the shore. They made it through the fog safely! ✨
.💜 Keep our hands steady on the wheel. Feel what is coming ahead! We rely on our past wisdom as we focus our intent forward! Our intuition will guide us through the two stone Pillars. We are made for this path. It is our destiny. Be courageous. Be strong. Be steady. Keep our emotions reigned in, concentrating only on our destination. Let's follow the Moon guidance as we embark on our life path. The refreshment of victory is ours to see, feel touch and claim. ⚡💙⚡
I could not conceal my excitement on this day. Could not even count how many times I said "Wow!" while we're heading up to this mountain and going down from it. Majestic! 🏔 #WinterInCanada#FrancoMTravels