Having reached a significant milestone in life recently (the age that falls somewhere between 49 and 51), it occurred to me that no matter how long The Boy Child lives for, I will always have had more of real life experience. And here's why … in years gone by: I had to make sense of … Continue reading My Real Life Experience
This is not the post I'd scheduled for today. Windows 10 is slowing killing my PC (and the will to live), so this post has been written via iPad Mini ... and the formatting is shot to pieces.How come I'd never realised this before?
It's a slow news kind of day.
1) Thinking that this Project Life card is spot on for me today.2) Hoping that this young local girl is returned to her family soon. I cannot imagine the agony her parents must be going through.3) Smiling at the Wit or Wisdom board. If only, eh?4) Liking an unexpected offer of lunch at the pub.5) … Continue reading Five on Friday
I haven't been passed the chalkboard sign in months.And what do I find this week?Words that speak directly to me.
Something to think about, next time we are delayed at the airport or in a slow moving queue at Immigration.
Long-term readers of this blog will remember my Wit or Wisdom series back in 2011.The long and the short of it was that on the school run to The Boy Child's nursery, I regularly passed a cafe that had a chalkboard outside.That chalkboard offered daily wit or wisdom. I happened to go past again this morning … Continue reading Wit or Wisdom | 2014
It's not been a good week.I haven't been very well. Nothing serious.I am tired. So tired.I shriek and I yell.I can hear myself sounding like a fishwife.The Boy Child's autism has made its presence felt at home. Reports from school are good.There is no movement re the sale of our house. There is talk of … Continue reading This Life