50 Happy Things: Bloggers Unite in Flood of Gratitude

This post comes courtesy of Dawn Quyle Langau from TALES FROM THE MOTHERLAND. She had this great idea for bloggers to unite in gratitude. At this time of year, we may start thinking about the year ahead and our New Year's resolutions. Why not think about the year we have had instead and reflect on the … Continue reading 50 Happy Things: Bloggers Unite in Flood of Gratitude

Love/Hate

Here's my list for the Love/Hate challenge you may have seen going around the blogosphere. After reading Mark's list on his blog Exile on Pain Street, I felt this rush to write a list of my own and here it is. I wasn't tagged nor am I going to tag anyone, but if you want … Continue reading Love/Hate

Sliding Door Moments

I take my title of this post from the movie Sliding Doors with Gwyneth Paltrow. Seen it? I saw the movie many moons ago and actually watched it again when I thought of writing this post. Silly me. It's a lighthearted romance/fantasy movie made long before Gwyneth uttered those misguided statements about motherhood. Here's Gwyneth in her … Continue reading Sliding Door Moments

“E” is for Effortless

Last week, I was Effortless in Twitter. I checked out this tool called the Social Effort Scale that measures your effort in social media; they can measure your profile in Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. I had achieved a score of 150 in Twitter, which is a score of Effortless. Go me! This week, I stumbled. Here's my … Continue reading “E” is for Effortless

What’s your name again?

My ability to hold names inside my brain has reached its maximum capacity. I may recognize you, but it's likely I won't remember your actual name. If I make an attempt to call you by your name, there's a high probability that I will get it wrong. I will call you "Lisa" when your real … Continue reading What’s your name again?

Remembering The Silver Fox

I found myself wandering around in the woods the day my father-in-law died. For 24 years I knew him, and it passed in a blink of an eye. What's it all for? Life, death, it's seamless. One day he is here with us, the next he's gone. Fred was "The Silver Fox," quick on his … Continue reading Remembering The Silver Fox