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How often do we sit quietly and stare into space? Hubby asks if everything is OK and it usually is, I’m just thinking. He laughs and says that could be dangerous, but asks what I’m thinking about. That is indeed … Continue reading
My Dad was a Master Builder, and took a great pride in his work. He had several chuckles at our attempts at DIY, but he was always there to offer advice and never made anyone feel silly or inferior if … Continue reading
Fandango’s one word challenge today is FIT. Loads of ways I can think of for that, from clothes that fit one week and don’t the next, fitting into society or the neighbourhood, or the purchase of something for a specific … Continue reading
I think I could count the number of times I’ve screamed on one hand. The first was when the family dog got hit by a car and the shop keeper carried him home for me. I wasn’t very old, very … Continue reading
Some people genuinely and naturally have dignity, whereas others just play at it to suit them. I can think of two people, roughly the same age, both female, married and mothers. One has dignity written right through her, she is … Continue reading
Heaven knows we need a few of these at the moment. This scene from Six Days and Seven Nights never fails to make me laugh. The scenario is they have crashed on an island and have climbed up to the … Continue reading
Fandango’s one word challenge today is FRUGAL. If I was a stick of rock candy, you would cut me open and I’d have this written right through me. Growing up, us kids never went without the important things, though it … Continue reading
I tend to do this a lot and deviate from my original train of thought. Written for https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/79388113/posts/2925167227
We often hear happy stories about people being reconciled with lost pets or distant relatives, but being the number cruncher I am, I reconciled figures on a regular basis. In my last job, my predecessor and her assistant took up … Continue reading