Actually, I don’t know how this is gonna go – covid and 6 months of cool/cold/frigid weather keeping us mostly indoors – I’m already losing it and it’s still only October… 🙄😭 Continue reading “Missing: my free morning”
Does this title mean anything to anyone?
It doesn’t to the humans around here. Nor to furry creatures, either. Like this dude here:
My still teacherless child has been watching youtube videos on how to make space buns.
Space buns is a thing you do with hair. A type of hairstyle. Did you know this?
I didn’t. I do now and so do you. You’re welcome. 😉
The boys are in baseball today. It means for a few precious hours, half the family will not be here.
Will I have time to write a steamy story?
I got this guy hanging around.
It’s been a morning.
Who is up for the ride? Read at your own risk. There is plenty of drama, but no NSFW so no worries… ha. Continue reading “Tuesday thoughts – drama”
Every once in a while I cook an elaborate breakfast. Today, it was French toast. With the last loaf of bread, almost no maple syrup, but plenty of cinnamon and a tiny sprinkle of sugar. And some peameal bacon ha.
Look. I don’t like it but I do use it occasionally, this block editor Gutenberg thing. Only because they’re going to punish us more later, when they remove the other options indefinitely.
I blog in admin when I’m on my laptop, not block editor. This is what admin looks like. Continue reading “(Un)happiness”
Caution: this is an interruption of regular programming. Continue reading “Living the dream here…”
A recent visit by a friend with her daughter got us talking about how kids speak to people about certain topics. This one was about food, or more specifically, eating out at restaurants. Apparently her teen girl uses the expression “all the time” whenever she mentions restaurants she’s been to.
This mortifies her mom. 😶 Continue reading “All the time”
Everything is temporary.
A wise person said this once but it escapes me now where I read it.
It’s true though, don’t you think? Be it euphoric joy or debilitating depression, we pass through these sets of emotions and emerge with a fresh perspective. Maybe a new outlook. Definitely with accumulated life experience.
It’s the latter that defines us, characterizes us as the individuals we are today.
Life experience. Continue reading “Emotional ebb and flow of life”