A to Z Challenge: T is for Throbbing

‘T’ is for throbbing because that is what my head is doing presently. I need to nip this one in the bud, so to speak, or I will have a migraine. It’s one of those. . . it’s already moved over to above my left eye. I’m off to go find some over-the-counter medication and…

A to Z Challenge: S is for Study

At the age of 40 something, I thought my days of studying were behind me. Not so, my friends. My gal pal, sk, and I are studying for our Canadian citizenship test! I think this is the last step before we can attend a swearing in ceremony and make our transformation into Canadian citizens official.…

A to Z Challenge: Q is for Quirks

Yes, I am still behind in my writing challenge so today I’m going to make the letter ‘Q’ as easy as possible. Q is for quirks. We all have them, don’t try to pretend that you don’t. I have my fair share of them so I’ve come up with a list of things that make…

A to Z Challenge: P is for Pictures

Since I did the driving during our trip to the States, my gal pal, sk, took the pictures. On the afternoon we went to my father’s grave site, I drove around where I grew up fascinating sk in the meantime by the amount of land my family once owned. The following pictures are all from the…

A to Z Challenge: O is for Oops

Oops,I’m behind in my challenge. Today is the letter ‘Q’ . . . I think so anyway. Last week, my gal pal and I went to the States to pay our respects to my recently departed father. That meant hours of driving, sharing memories, reminiscing as we looked at photo albums, went through clothes, etc. You…

A to Z Challenge: N is for No

‘No’ can be one of the hardest words to say. Many of us are ‘yes’ people. We will say ‘yes’ to family, friends and strangers. We rarely say ‘yes’ to ourselves. Sometimes, in order to save yourself, you need to learn how to say ‘no.’ Trust me, the more you say it, the easier it becomes.…