“But let there be spaces in your togetherness and let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another but make not a bond of love: let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.” Khalil Gibran… Read More Finding Time in Lost Hours
“Honey, never forget you’re awesome… you’re just sitting in the wrong seat, on the wrong bus,” my girlfriend said, consoling me. Wrong bus. I’m banging on the door, begging the bus driver to stop so I don’t miss my stop. He ignores me and keeps driving. The more I beg to get off, the faster… Read More Wrong Bus
Miss R popped over for breakfast only the cupboards were a bit bare. My week was busy and left little time for shopping so off we went to enjoy a beautiful morning gathering necessary supplies. On our list – ingredients for cupcakes! Sunshine has found its way North and with it a hint of spring… Read More Happy Saturday, Happy Family
I’ve been immersed this week in one of my most indulgent past times – reading. I almost had forgotten the pleasure I get from losing myself inside familiar pages read over and over again but always feeling new. Rediscovering favorites on my bookshelf has sort of derailed my plans to purge the shelves. Instead the… Read More Who Loves Reading?
A little known fact I have learned after living in the Last Frontier for over twenty five years is that when the winter sky is clear and brilliant blue the temperature is frigid. Saturday morning was no exception. The below zero temp rose to single digits as we made our way down to see the… Read More Running With The Reindeer and Other Fur Rondy Adventures
Going through an old file I stumbled upon my mothers papers, yellow and wrinkled from age. She’s been gone now for over 25 years and I still miss her. The loss of someone you love never goes away, it just becomes apart of you – ghostly memories that resurrect themselves, like now. Slipping into her… Read More How My Mother Saw Me