I usually plan my week to ensure that I have a couple of evenings free of commitments. Although most people probably don’t realize this I quite Continue reading
Three days that come with such expectations.
For hearty Prairie folks it’s the start of summer. Hot weather accompanied by cold beverages on the deck. Early-morning sunrises and late twilights. The start of the green season. Continue reading
I’m a smidgeon late posting and reflecting on my first Mother’s Day as a grandmother. Continue reading
Today’s tale was brought to you because a young colleague ended up with graphite slivers in her finger. Her plan was to dig them out later and I was like NO. Continue reading
It might seem a stretch to connect nurses week with gardening but trust me that there is a correlation.
One must travel back in time to see the connection. Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth and I started Continue reading
There are a couple of things that you can be certain of in spring. It will eventually become green, even if it feels too slow, and there will be mud. Continue reading
Did you know that Notes on your phone doesn’t have a true save back up kind of button? Did you know that somehow you can inadvertently delete a Note without even knowing you’ve done it?😔😥😖 Continue reading
This is worthy of a read. I didn’t write it but I was struck by what was written. I’ve often thought, and occasionally stated, that this Continue reading
The concept for this blog post came from three random “encounters” so I feel the need to give the backgrounds to lay the ground work. Continue reading
There is a weight to a written word. A permanency that ink on paper allows. One which the spoken word can’t hold on too.
That’s why for as long as Continue reading