In the better late than never category, I decided it was high time I jotted a little something about the Holidays. There is picture my husband has on his phone that sums up the tone of our Holidays. It is in the cabin we rented at the Ski area. He took it from the loft … Continue reading The Best Kind of Picture
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
While out and about, running errands, Scott and I decided to stop for a lunch date, our energy depleted. We rarely do that, and even more rarely do we stop at The Landing, and if we DO go to the Landing, we usually go upstairs to the pub, not the diner downstairs. But today we … Continue reading Stopping for Lunch
Today I woke up to the smell of coffee and waffles. Lovely and familiar, bringing back memories of Sunday breakfasts over the years. Now that the kids are gone we don't really make big productions anymore, but Grace is here for a bit and Scott is making us a nice breakfast. I have so many … Continue reading Sunday Breakfast
St. Patrick's Day is near, near enough to make me think of Ireland. Near enough to make me think of Ireland and family history. Ireland and Mark Hunt, an ancestor of my husbands who left his descendants a gift. A gift in the form of a journal from a childhood spent in Ireland. This gift, … Continue reading Ireland, I Offer This Toast!