Recently, M and I spent a day at the Glenbow Museum in Calgary, looking at the work of some of Canada’s most famous artists. If you click on the pictures, you can get a better view of the paintings. I realise that they’re not the best photos; I took them with my cell phone.
Take a look at this great post that was originally reblogged on Nutsrok. Originally posted on warning:curves ahead: This morning, as I was perusing my Facebook timeline, I happened upon an article that a lovely friend shared. It was entitled “24 Things Women Should Stop Wearing After Age 30”, and it triggered Maximum Eye-Rolling from […]
And in she dove…. via Why Didn’t You Tell Me? — That Shameless Hussy
Apparently, spring has been early, and I’ve been enjoying every minute of it, even when the temperature went up to 30C for a couple of days. It’s more seasonal now, but those warm days ensured that blooms are everywhere, that the hills are verdant, and that lushness prevails. The wine is growing! How is your […]
A lot has been written about the difficulties involved in leaving a narcissist, especially if there are children involved. A lot has also been written about going “no contact” or involving a third party to minimise contact if there are children. What I haven’t seen a lot about is the business of how to move […]
Whether you celebrate Easter in a religious context or just enjoy a secular bunny egg, have a great holiday weekend. All these yellow flowers are fabulous.
A trip to Vancouver Island wouldn’t be complete without a couple of shots of its iconic coastline. These enormous logs (above) washed up during the terrific surfs that can occur during winter storms. The logs themselves probably escaped from logging pens or “booms.” The weather was a comfortable 10C with rain showers and a few […]