About Me

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Hey y’all and welcome to Whine and Cheese!

I started this blog as a way to capture the highs, lows and in-betweens of being a rapidly aging (but forever 29), toque loving (beanie for all my ‘Merican friends), big truck driving, mountain biking, suburb living, mom to two little boys.

By day I am the owner and Chief Beautification Officer at MsPixel.ca where I get my WordPress and Graphic Design on to help small businesses fulfill their website goals.

By night I blog (obvs), about anything and everything that is important to me in life at any given moment. And I promise I always do it authentically and honestly.

I believe that everyone has a passion and I have been lucky to have found mine later in life. I fell in love with mountain biking, spend far too much time in the mountains and far too much money on biking gear and frequently use the word “stoked” even though I am far too old for that. Sometimes I fall, but I always pick myself up again…

I am ALWAYS game to try new things. Especially if they involve the outdoors.

I am still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up.

I love wine, but do not love whining.

I hope you will follow me on my journey and if you are looking to reach me or to find ways we can work together then please click here or feel free to connect by email christine@mspixel.ca

  • Andrea Charron December 7, 2014 at 8:10 pm

    Thank you for posting the true meaning of Christmas. Robin was my niece. Robin’s grandparents understood the true meaning of Christmas . They knew how important it was to bring families together at Christmas no matter how apart they may live. For many years Robin’s grandparents (my parents) would make sure Robin,sisters,my brother and his wife had the financial needs to come home (S Catharines On)for Christmas. I thank my parents for giving us the best gift every year….us being togeather. Robin talked about how nice it would be if everyone could come back to St Catharines and do a Christmas like the good old days. Memories of family together,not the gifts,not the overeating etc just being with each other.Yes Robin did understanding the true meaning of many things in life….so many loved her, everyones favourite, and I could go on and on. It’s all on Facebook. I wanted to share this and again ou for your kind words . Enjoy your holidays with those that matter to you in life. Andrea Charron

    • Christine December 7, 2014 at 8:35 pm

      I am so sorry for your loss. I feel like I know her through all the beautiful posts and photos…she was an amazing young woman who touched so many lives including mine and I am forever thankful.

  • Andrea Charron December 7, 2014 at 8:11 pm

    Corrected email