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Enter the LADIESFUND contest for Scrubs in the City

Scrubs in the City Fundraiser to Benefit SickKids

This is the 6th year I will be attending Scrubs.

Check out this picture of me at Scrubs 14th last year: 405 more words

Tara Uzra Dawood

What have I been doing?!?!?!

Oh, nothing much really. The forever battle with the boys being sick more than not :(  I turned 40 a month ago today. One month +1 day my family was sealed in the temple <3  I decided to become an independent fitness coach, crazy me. 23 more words

The Final Chapter – Graduation

I’ve struggled to write this final blog entry – and have started to write a couple times but I’m not really sure where to start. I’m so sad that this crazy journey has come to an end. 425 more words

Childlife

SickKids-Caribbean Initiative Raises Funds for Caribbean Children

In partnership with Barbados, Jamaica, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, and The Bahamas, the University of the West Indies, and several philanthropic organizations, SickKids Foundation—presided by Ted Garrard—surpassed its CDN$8 million fundraising goal for the SickKids-Caribbean Initiative, to significantly improve care for childhood cancer and blood disorders. 359 more words

News

Running with the @jlr_toronto for a special kind of Personal Best

When I think about a personal best for my runs it usually revolves around a new shorter time for a distance, a new total distance, or a better pace.   895 more words

Running

Baked Jeans

Baked jeans and a bunch of things, that’s what this post is made of.

Back in the olden days when the weather was warmer in March and April we would often take a drive to our family cottage for Good Friday.   798 more words

Family

Critics denounce continued use of SickKids' controversial Motherisk hair tests

The “stakes are too high” to allow the Hospital for Sick Children’s Motherisk laboratory to perform hair drug and alcohol tests for use in court, the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted (AIDWYC) says. 893 more words

Toronto