Beginner’s guide to getting reacquainted

Tara and I went for a ride today. It was super fun - not quite like the old times but great nevertheless. There used to be stuff we used to be able to do together, not anymore. But, that is OK. We are getting reacquainted after more than a few decades, and need to take … Continue reading Beginner’s guide to getting reacquainted

Beginner’s Guide to managing frustrations

*** If you have been following me closely, you may have noticed that I have started a new "Dummies guide to ..." series of posts. The word "Dummies guide ..." has been replaced with "Beginner's guide ..". Hubby correctly pointed out that all my readers cannot and should not be called dummies - even in … Continue reading Beginner’s Guide to managing frustrations

Regular Maintenance – My Dyson Vacuum

I used to watch Sir James Dyson demo his sleek Dyson inventions and could not resist getting one of those suckers. He was so passionate about his product that just to reward his sincerity I made the purchase. Yes, I am one of those unicorns - thank you very much. Please refer to this diagram … Continue reading Regular Maintenance – My Dyson Vacuum

Letting go – I just may have cracked the code.

I pretty much take Cherry everywhere I go. We were attending a play date at a park one time and Cherry was as usual the star of the show. She rolled in the mud, licked everyone and we were having good old fun. She was getting a belly rub when a kid looked at the … Continue reading Letting go – I just may have cracked the code.

Shadows

Hope's shadow is fear Courage's shadow is vulnerability Love's shadow is hurt Honesty's shadow is loneliness Light's shadow is darkness Life's shadow is death What inspired this poem - I usually never post messages on group chats I belong to. I am a silent passerby. Today, I had the courage to post but felt extremely … Continue reading Shadows