This week in Cee's Fun Foto Challenge it's letter P Our Rosie (the middle bundle of fun) when she was a Puppy 🙂 Me with a Piglet 🙂 And a Pug with a Pint 🙂
We've all heard of dating agencies right? But did you know about the over 50's dating scene? Okay, okay I can hear you all shouting, "yes of course we do", well where the hell have I been? I didn't know there was such a thing as an 'over 50's dating agency', but there is, senior dating [...]
When I heard the sad news that David Cassidy had passed away, I'd just made a cuppa and was sitting down to work on a blog post I was in the middle of writing, but instead I just sat and contemplated for a while. Hearing this news sparked a few memories for me. I was [...]
It took a while, but we finally moved on board our boat - Head in the Clouds. Our new home!
Well, that was a surprise! A few weeks ago I received an email from a fellow blogger and writer who I've been following since I started this rollercoaster world of blogging as he, (probably unbeknown to him) has helped me out a lot with blogging tips and advice. Hugh from Hughsviewsandnews.com had asked me to [...]
The best thing about moving out of a house and moving onto our boat, I can say in one word...Decluttering. You can't move out of a 3 bedroom house which four of you have lived in for the last 13 years without having the joy of throwing things out. 'Decluttering' - I even love the [...]
I’ve been following Curt & his girlfriend through their blog, on their travels. His photography is wonderful, but this post brought a tear to my eye…
Three months on the open road, nearly every day had become a life changing experience. So many Ramen noodles, mechanical repairs, Cliff bars, sunrises, sunsets, laughter, and moments of humility. This had become our life, hiking, and photography, endless trails, parks, a seemingly infinite splendor.
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Lines and Angles
There comes a time when you turn around and your children choose not to hold your hand when crossing the road anymore, they are little more independent every day, they begin to tackle their own problems, you find out they had a cold and you didn't even know about it, but they got healthy again [...]