After spending a few days in my mom’s clean house, I came back to mine and was overcome with a need to declutter and deep clean. No time like the present! (Ugh. I hate when I say stupid shit like that…)
Of course my return home was not smooth and uneventful. As I said yesterday, the look around the place had me suffer a conniption which catapulted me into action, so at least that. Right? Continue reading “No sparks of joy here while decluttering”
I used to be a flight attendant. ✈
A professional traveller.
A minimalist transatlantic stewardess.
So why is it when I pack for a short trip now, as a middle aged crazy chick, I pack like I’m going on a long-winded excursion to Antarctica? 😳
Continue reading “Crisis averted…for now”
Tween girls, these creatures who have one foot in childhood and the other in teenage-dom, they are something else. 😀 Continue reading “Feisty, spunky tween girls”
As I was sipping coffee on my back porch this morning I thought to myself: today is wide open with nothing crucial going on. I could spend all day writing, reading, napping, relaxing.
That didn’t happen.
It occurred to me just now that between yesterday and today I shopped at four different stores.
And none of them were food stores.
Can I just say UGH ? (I hate shopping…)
Yesterday wasn’t bad. We went to a garden center which also had accessories and outdoor furniture and knicknacks and a little clothing section with Made-in-Italy dresses and…
I bought one. This one:
Continue reading “How an open day became a busy day”
…they ate all the Mexican beef last night while I returned to the porch with my spritzer for a bit.
“…making love to his tonic and gin…” (Billy Joel, Piano Man)
Continue reading “For the record…”
Wanna know some breaking news from my household?
The girl child accidentally found my chocolate and candy stash I hid at the beginning of lock-down. Mainly from the teenager. Continue reading “Elusive chocolate and candy stash: mom vs teenagers edition”
For the most part, the kids are self-sufficient with their remote learning aka homeschooling. They’re tween and teen and tech savvy enough to figure out most of it on their own.
You knew there would be a but, right?
Continue reading “Grumpy Grumperton electronic device(s)”
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds never made it down to my ‘hood. According to the twitter feed that tracks these things, they turned somewhere around the iconic CN Tower downtown, which is east of my little SW corner neighbourhood, and then headed north.
Boo. Continue reading “Lock-down Sunday – part 2”