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Christine Broderick Hawrylak

Wife, step-mom, teacher. I have travelled the world and am now working on renewing that adventurous spirit close to home. My goal is to inspire myself, as well as others, by looking back at my past and by getting off the couch to find excitement in the Canadian Prairies and beyond. I tend to focus on quirky stories and memories. If I've made someone laugh, I've done my job. From a solo traveler to family gal, join me in this life transition. And, join me as I learn this new world of blogging!! So far, I am loving it!


Saskatchewan: More Than Flat Land

Saskatchewan is more than just prairies. Yes, I know, that is hard to remember sometimes! But, even in the south, there is more than just flat land that goes on forever....


Borneo With a Beat

I spent a couple days in Borneo and I can't wait to go back. Here is a poem about some of the awesome things I saw. If you ever get a chance, GO! Cruising jungles...


Taking Chances: Accepting a Job in Taiwan

“They were happy with all 4 of your interviews and are leaving it up to you guys to decide who takes the teaching job.” The year after I finished my Education...


The Time I Scaled a 4Th Floor Ledge

I am a klutz. Ask anyone. Really, I just spilled wine all over myself. ( Damn Purple Cowboy) So how I managed to scale a tiny ledge, four floors up, and survive, is...

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