Sunday Morning Coffee

Sunday mornings I usually take time to catch up on stories I may not have time to read through the week. I thought I would share some that caught my eye this week.

​Relaxed performances break down barriers at Stratford Festival – Kitchener-Waterloo – CBC News

What a treat it must be for families or individuals to be able to experience theatre in a setting that is comfortable for them. Kudos to the Stratford Festival for making this happen and inspiring others to do the same.

“The whole concept of relaxed is to relax the experience. To take away the stress of ‘I have to be here and I have to sit still and I have to sit in the dark,’ ” Shelley Stevenson, the administrative director for the festival, told CBC Kitchener-Waterloo.The festival experimented with the idea last year, and the pilot went so well they decided to integrate the initiative into the 2017 season.

Source: ​Relaxed performances break down barriers at Stratford Festival – Kitchener-Waterloo – CBC News

Couple celebrates 75 years of marriage without a major fight – Nova Scotia – CBC News

Well, if this isn’t inspiring, I don’t know what is. 🙂 I’m especially touched by the recounting of the years early in the marriage, while Charlie was at war and writing weekly letters to Annie during which time 3 years passed before he saw her again. Perhaps it was starting their lives together in such a way that bonded them together and established a “we can do anything” mentality. A life together in peace and love for 75 years…amazing.

A couple from southwest Nova Scotia is celebrating 75 years of wedded bliss Thursday and they say they’ve never had a single major fight.Charlie and Annie Muise of Tusket, both 95, married in 1942 — two weeks before Charlie shipped off to fight in the Second World War.They didn’t see each other again for more than three years

Source: Couple celebrates 75 years of marriage without a major fight – Nova Scotia – CBC News

You Could Live Here! 89 New Zealand Rd, Cherry Hill, Nova Scotia

A 160 year old home with a 7 acre property filled with fruit trees, sheltered woods and a pond…sounds like a fairy tale. Did I mention you can hear the ocean, as Cherry Hill Beach is just a short walk away? Any surf lovers looking for a retreat? You have to look at the photo’s of this house and property, for under $190 000 this property sounds like someone’s dream come true.

This bright handcrafted home in Cherry Hill stands ready for new owners to come and enjoy it! At over 160 years old this home is over 1,500 square feet in size and comes with an attached 600 foot workshop, a detached two car garage that is a story and a half tall, plus you can find gardens sheds and woodsheds too

Source: 89 New Zealand Rd, Cherry Hill, Nova Scotia, For Sale by Anne Da Silva Richard Gosse

This property is listed with Zac Crnec of Keller Williams Select Realty Lunenburg.

Enjoy the day!

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