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My Family

My Husband
My husband Rob is a wonderful father, grandfather, devoted husband and a very hard working Construction Supervisor. He is also the LOVE OF MY LIFE!
July 2004, when we first started dating
Hard at work, building a bridge.
July 2011, holding our new granddaughter Zion
Rob & Me
We have been together since the summer of 2004,  and got married on September 23, 2006.
First year together



True Love
Jack (My Baby)
Jack was born April 1999. He is a momma's boy, always wants hugs (even now at age 12) and I'll take it as long as I get it. He is growing so fast, he is now taller than me and is almost as tall as my husband, and wears size 10 shoes. We figure he will be the tallest in our whole family. Jack is very smart, he goes to a french immersion school and has great grades. He likes to read, play video games, watch movies and play football with his friends at school.
Age 1

Jack & My daughter Mariah's grade 8 graduation (June 2010)

Grade 6 (September 2010)
Mariah age 15 & Jack age 12 (July 2011)
 My daughter Mariah
Mariah, born March 1996 is a very loving child and is gifted in many ways. She learned to read at age 3, was tested in kindergarten and was reading at a grade 3 level. The school wanted to put her up a grade, but I didn't let them as I knew her social skills just weren't there yet. After having a wonderful teacher in the third grade Mariah started coming out of her shell. She was deemed gifted and has been in the gifted program ever since. She loves to read (a real book worm), sing, act, play guitar, and in 3 school bands playing trumpet.
Age 1 (1997)
She loves to fish!
Grade 8 Grad (June 2010)
Mariah in front at the School play "The Crucible" (Nov 2010)
She loves to pose (Age 15, 2011)
Wesley (My step-son)
Wesley came into my life when he was 12, he gave me a hard time at first, but once he trusted me and knew that I loved him as my own, things have gone great. He is a very smart young man, but doesn't like to put in any effort at school, but still passes no problem. He is now 18 and I can say has been a great teenager, I can't complain about any problems and is growing into a fine young man. He is still trying to figure out what he wants to do and thinks he might take a trade, but still trying to narrow it down. He works hard and has 3 jobs and goes to school. In the summer he works construction with his dad, and in the school year he works at the Wendy's Restaurant cooking, and Features Restaurant dish washing.
little Wesley
Wesley (Grade 8)
At the prom with his girlfriend Jared (2011)
 Jami (Step-daughter)
 I met Jami when she was 13. A beautiful girl, but went through some troubling teenage years. She has since grown up and is a wonderful single mother and hard worker. She is naturally smart, so if she ever decides to go back to school, she will do great.
Jami & Dad at Grade 8 Grad (2004)
Jami & Wesley (This is what they looked like when I met them)
Jami & Mariah at Canada's Wonderland (2006)
New Mom! Jami & Broly (2010)
Jami & Broly at the Park (2011)
Brandon (Step-Son)
I first met Brandon when he was 15. Brandon is very loving, and family is very important to him. He was and still is a very troubled child. He has Bi-Polar Disorder and refuses to take his medication. He has been in and out of trouble with the law since he was young. He is now married and has two children, Canaan & Zion. He can not hold a job, but has a wonderful wife that keeps things together.
Brandon & his very young father
All 5 kids at our wedding
Our family plus a friend at Canada's Wonderland (2006)

Brandon & Rachel's Wedding 2009

New husband & new dad (2010) Brandon, Rachel & Canaan
Our Grandchildren
Our grandchildren came earlier in our lives, much sooner than we expected, but we love them so very very much! We love being grandparents it's such a BLESSING!
Broly , minutes after being born (Feb2010)
Canaan (2010)
Cousins (Canaan & Broly)
Broly at the play ground (2011)
Canaan (2010)
Zion (July 2011) 1day old
Broly having a bath in the sink at the trailer and having fun soaking Grandma
Canaan having fun (2011)
Zion (2011) Ah so Beautiful!

Zion again! Sweet baby girl

Our Puppies (My Babies)
I just had to put some photos of our dogs, as they are very much part of our family. Angel is a Labx age 8 and Sasha is a Siberian Husky age 4.
Angel & Sasha

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Did you know.................
50% of all illness is due to poor indoor air quality (Source: 1989 State of Massachusetts Study)
AIR FRESHENERS: interfere with the ability to smell by coating nasal passages with an oily film, or by releasing a nerve deadening agent! Toxins in air fresheners include: Formaldehyde: highly toxic, known carcinogen. Phenol: can cause skin to burn, peel, and sweat. Can cause convulsions, coma, circulatory collapse and even DEATH!

LIQUID DISH-SOAPS: is the leading cause of poisonings in the home for children under the age of 6 (over 2.1 million accidental poisonings per year) (contains formaldehyde and ammonia in most brands) One Million poisonings in Canada each year are due to household cleaner ingestion. Some are fatal. The #1 cause of household poisoning is dish detergent. What kinds of chemicals are in those products? http://www.rense.com/general19/chemical.htm

AUTOMATIC DISHWASHING DETERGENTS: contain dry chlorine that is highly concentrated. #1 cause of child poisonings, according to poison control centers.

CHLORINE BLEACH: is a strong corrosive and can burn or irritate skin, eyes and the respiratory system. Can cause vomiting or coma if swallowed! WARNING! Never mix with ammonia as the fumes are very dangerous and can be DEADLY!

AMMONIA: is very volatile and damaging to the eyes, skin and respiratory tract!

FURNITURE POLISH: contains Petroleum Distillates, which are highly flammable and can cause lung and skin cancer!

DRAIN CLEANER: most drain cleaners contain lye, hydrochloric acid or trichloroethane, which are all very caustic. They burn the skin and eyes, and can cause liver and kidney damage.

OVEN CLEANER: contain lye, which is a strong caustic and irritant to skin and eyes. Can cause tissue damage if swallowed.

TOOTHPASTE: can contain a number of harmful ingredients, such as: ammonia, benzyl alcohol/sodium benzoate, colors, ethanol, flavours, fluoride, formaldehyde, mineral oil, plastic (PVP), saccharin. Formaldehyde, mineral oil, PVP, and saccharin are all classified as carcinogens or suspected carcinogen, as is fluoride, which has been banned in many European countries and is the subject of concern with regard to thyroid problems. In fact, as of April 1997, toothpaste is required to carry poison control information on the label as even a small amount can harm or kill a small child.

Occupational Safety & Health analyzed 2,983 chemicals used in personal care products. A personal care product is de-fined as anything we use to clean our bodies, or make ourselves look or smell good.
The results are as follows:
884 are toxic
146 cause tumours
218 cause reproductive complications
314 cause biological mutation
376 cause skin and eye irritations
778 caused acute toxicity

Over the last 20-30 years, as more toxic chemicals have been introduced in greater amounts, the level of toxins stored in adipose tissues (fat cells) of our bodies has risen. Bio-accumulation studies have shown that some toxins store in our bodies for life. Greater and greater amounts are being stored at younger ages. Diseases that used to occur later in life are now appearing at younger ages. Diseases that used to be rare are more frequent. For Example: There has been a 28% increase in childhood cancer since the addition of pesticides into household products. (Source: National Cancer Institute)

In one decade, there has been a 42% increase in asthma (29% for men; 82% for women-the higher rate for women is believed to be due to women's longer exposure times to household chemicals) (Source: Center for Disease Control)

Due to the increase in toxic build-up in our bodies, including the toxic build-up of formaldehyde, dead bodies are not decomposing as fast as they used to. (Source: National Institutes of Health)

There is an increased risk for leukemia in children where parents have used pesticides in the home or garden before the
child's birth (Source: Journal of the National Cancer Institute)

Over 150 chemicals found in the average home have been linked to allergies, birth defects, cancer and psychological
abnormalities. (Source): Consumer Product Safety Commission

In most cases, however, you won't find much information on the label. There are no requirements of manufacturers to actually disclose what is in a product, and there is no regulation or enforcement. All of it falls under proprietary trade secret legislation.

Today, cancer is the leading cause of death for women ages 35-74. In 1901 cancer was considered a rare disease. Statistics show that only 1 out of 8000 people had cancer. TODAY, according to the American Cancer Society, 1 out of every 3 people has cancer. TODAY, 1 out of every 2 people has been touched by cancer. The fear of cancer is on every-one’s mind these days. So many forms of cancer and they all had to start somewhere . . .

How Safe is My Family?
This is the question that every parent should be asking themselves.

We have no choice but to breathe the air, eat the food, and drink the water; but we DO have a CHOICE of what we put on our skin and what products we have in our homes.

I know that I personally do not ever want to believe that I caused harm to my family, when I had the choice to change it. I’d love to help ensure a safer home for your family.

For more information on how to make your home a healthier place for you and your family please go to my website and I will call you with the information. I would love to help you have a healthier safer home!
Jennifer McLennan


"To be successful, you must love and believe in what you do! You must have belief in yourself! Anything is possible with belief!"
Written in 2011 by Jennifer McLennan (ME) --- Canada
I truly think if you don't have belief in what you are doing and in yourself, there is no chance in success. But if you do have the belief, all things are possible!

"Life's like a boom-a-rang. The more good you throw out, the more you receive in return." ~Josh S. Hinds

"Treat people how you want to be treated."~Unknown

"Honesty is always the best policy."~Unknown

"No act of kindness, know matter how small is ever wasted."~Unknown

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