We love water and its impact on our life. Through our blog we hope to educate you on the importance of safe drinking water as well as share with you fun and helpful info that will improve your quality of life.
Compassion Canada is one of the world's leading child development organizations. They partner with the local church in 26 countries to end poverty in the lives of children and their families. As of today, more than 1.5 million children and their families are discovering lives full of promise and purpose as they develop in all areas of their lives (minds, bodies and relationships) while most importantly, discovering Gods' love for them in the gospel of Jesus Christ. When you sponsor a child you will receive a photograph of your child and information about his or her community and country. You will also receive regular letters from your sponsored child and a yearly update from a community leader; access to an online community for Compassion supporters and Compassion Today, a magazine that shares stories of children's lives being changed. Your relationship with your sponsored child can change their life... You can write to...
Only 1/3 of us drink enough water. We lose about 2.4 litres of fluid per day. Many of us suffer from chronic dehydration. Watch for these signs of dehydration: Tired and groggy during the day Frequent headaches Dry itchy skin Heartburn Lower back pain Lack of concentration Decreased co ordination So...try to make sure you get enough water per day. Cheers!
How well is your well? Is the top of your drilled well buried underground or inside a concrete chamber below the surface? Perhaps you may need a well upgrade. Quotes are free and always recommended as a good idea for future planning and budgeting. The cost of upgrading your well may be much less than the medical expenses incurred after someone gets ill from some contamination that may have entered your well. Well inspections are also highly recommended by a licensed well technician when purchasing or selling your country home. Home inspections are also needed, however, most home inspectors are not fully qualified as well technicians to determine the state of your well or what upgrades should be done to meet Ontario Ministry Of Environment standards. The picture above shows a well upgrade in progress.