Photo by Jens Mahnke on Pexels.com I have been retired 26 days. I am a teacher, so when people ask me how I like retirement, I always say, "Ask again in September, then it will be real." So like most summers, I have relaxed a little, slept in a little, played in my garden a … Continue reading How We Remember: Camping
I am enjoying these picture prompts!! I wanted to take a selfie with my darling grandson, but my efficacy was dashed when a naughty puppy interrupted the conversation with a cold wet nose! It did not help the design of the photo when little grandson offered aid by fixing my hair!! (five prompt words in … Continue reading Nosy and a little Naughty
Is it possible to love something inanimate? Like a table? Let me explain. There is this show I was obsessed with a while back, it was called "Parenthood." (This will have a bit of a spoiler). Each episode begins with the whole family around a big table in the back yard. Grandparents, parents, kids, grandkids. … Continue reading Farmhouse Table
When I was in my thirties my parents sold our childhood home and moved into their dream home, designed and built by them with a yard big enough for huge gardens. Although I loved it, and I was so happy for my parents, I missed our comfortable old home, the one I was raised in, … Continue reading Home REALLY is Where the Heart Is.
When Scott and I FINALLY retire, when we look at ourselves in the mirror and recognize... we are not getting any younger, we both know we want to travel. And that is very different than vacationing. Vacationing is what you do with your family, it is about relaxing and recreating, grand-babies on a beach somewhere … Continue reading Travel VS Vacationing