It turns out that, eventually and inevitably, if you abuse something long enough it’s gonna crack. So yes, after years and years of improper care I have finally Continue reading “Note to Self #2”
You would think by the title it was a blog about retired life. It’s not that at all. It’s about our reliance on technology. You see I have zero idea what Continue reading “What time is it? “
WIP stands for, in the quilting world, a Work In Progress. Which is different than a UFO, which stands for an Unfinished Object. I think the analogy to life here is quite fitting so read on as it’s not a quilting blog!
It was one of those dodo dodo feelings of watching over your shoulder. Let me set the scene and then you will know exactly Continue reading “Plain Eerie”
There is a downside to technology. There are numerous items that are awesome but there are times where it can fail. I had one of those moments this afternoon but there was an upside to it. Continue reading “The Upside to the Down Side”
Did you notice that no one can BS their way through anything anymore? Someone pulls out the phone and Wikipedia and Google sort out the details. So why do we trust them?
I have a friend (a regular blog reader) who dislikes Continue reading “How’s That Working?”
A four day busy work week has left me exhausted on this misty cool Friday evening. I’m pouring over the June calendar trying to get organized.
This commercial about Continue reading “Bring back Wildhood”
It’s that time of year when I have “downtime” for philosophical thoughts. That’s what three hours of Continue reading “Not Black and White”
I remember once, when I was about 13 or 14, flying to Vancouver Island with my mom. We saw people she knew in Calgary and Vancouver. I was like “what the heck?”; we lived in a small farming community so how could my mom know so many people?
Fast forward to my kids going anywhere with me when they were teenagers. It kind of drove them a bit crazy that I would find people whom I knew to stop and visit with.
Flying thousand of miles away should probably have prevented that. Or so you Continue reading “Happenstance”
The trees are heavily laden and show up against the tinge of blue in the sky. In the flower garden the “mulch” remains Continue reading “Spring Cleaning”