Hubby had the day off today and we wanted to make the most of it. We woke up, had our cuppa and were planning out the day. He suggested a hike and I came up with 3 routes we could go on. He got very excited and said "well, honey, you pick the route we … Continue reading Back and then forth
I take Cherry for a stroll in the neighborhood around 3 pm. Why 3 pm? That is when all the other doggies are tucked away at home snoozing on their owner's lap. Ok, so why is that important? Because, my Cherry is a barker. She barks at every dog. We went on our usual route … Continue reading Never, ever, never!
Hubby has been very busy and all working from home. He enters his cave at 8:30 am and exits at 6 pm. Today being Friday, he promised me that he would exit early and would spend time with me at 4 pm. He also mentioned that after our tete a tete he would go for … Continue reading Grace
I like to watch my roses bloom every spring. As spring rolled around this year, I was disappointed to see no roses. Well, one or two but not as many as I expected. I went closer to pluck a few. There were tons of bees on the rose plants and they kept buzzing around my … Continue reading Bees and Roses
We were watching The ShawShank Redemption recently and hubby was in tears. He is like that. All it takes is a song, a speech or something beautiful to move him to tears. Kiddo and I have a code word for it "Waterworks". On the other hand I am stoic. I have been asking myself this … Continue reading About the Bald Eagle
Despite the lockdown and all, I have managed to find really good fitness videos on YouTube. For three weeks I have been following Leslie Sansone and wanted a bit of a change yesterday. As I was flipping through the results of my search, I found videos that were captioned 10,000 steps in 20 minutes or … Continue reading Sewing your moral fabric
Hey Ya'll, So, a new neighbor moved in. His garage faces my backyard. From morn to night he cuts stuff, grinds stuff, paints stuff and does stuff that is very very noisy. When I sit down to meditate, the chain saw announces itself. When I play with Cherry in the backyard, his paint sprayer hisses … Continue reading Breathe in … and let it all out