March Break is finally over, kids! September 8th was considered a great day for students and a sad day for squirrels. For many students, this marked the official end of a six-month March Break. And while most of those kids might normally dread the end of summer, I got the feeling that many were itching… Continue reading Monthly Musings
There’s No Place Like Home by Jane Bedard – Chick Lit Café
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My Trip to Vegas was Cancelled, So I Booked a Colonoscopy
My brother-in-law’s Vegas wedding was cancelled this summer due to COVID, and I was left yearning for adventure and a place to scratch that spa itch. As travel continues to be restricted, other things are opening up which might check a few of those boxes. Think about that feeling you get when you lie down… Continue reading My Trip to Vegas was Cancelled, So I Booked a Colonoscopy
Six Feet from Sanity–Living with Teens in a Pandemic
So much and nothing happens constantly these days, so here are some meaningful and mundane observations from my own Quarantine Headquarters, shared with two teenage sons. First of all, let me say that Homeschooling is easy and anyone who says otherwise is not doing it right. Both my teens are focused on high school math,… Continue reading Six Feet from Sanity–Living with Teens in a Pandemic
So, What’s New With You?
From the Covid Diaries You: So, What’s new with you? Me: Hmm. Oh! I bought toilet paper today! You: Wow! That’s so awesome! Good for you! Me: Yeah, it’s a good day. This is not the conversation that would have made the headline of my newsreel several weeks ago. Then again, there are a lot… Continue reading So, What’s New With You?
Short Term Memory Cats
At 6:39 AM my alarm goes off. There is a black, white, and grey cat, of medium build, with wide green eyes, sitting at attention by the door. How long he’s been there, I can’t say, but he’s there every day at 6:39 AM. I get out of bed and head to the washroom, where… Continue reading Short Term Memory Cats
Rules? What rules? I’m sitting in the passenger seat while my son is learning to drive. He is doing well. He is focusing, checking his blind spots, and watching his speed. He signals, turns, and continues onto an open, two-lane, country road. I am relaxed. He is in control. It’s a pastoral setting, although the… Continue reading Driving 101
New Year’s Resolutions…Revised Jan. 11
Almost lasted two weeks! Getting better every year! Here are my top ten New Year's Resolutions...and their revisions eleven days later. Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com 10. Original: Wear more pink. My usual swirl of black and grey is wearing thin. Perhaps, on occasion, you’ve noticed a storm approaching as you walk down the streets of… Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions…Revised Jan. 11
There’s No Place Like Home
We're Back...Again After another hiatus, I'm back and ready to jump back into the blog; my sub-conscious actually typed "fog" instead of "blog" which is often a more appropriate landing spot, jumping into the fog. Now that's corrected, let's see what's going on...oh, I published my book, There's No Place Like Home! It snuck up… Continue reading There’s No Place Like Home