Doodlebug, also know for blog purposes as HB, and sometimes called Banana by The Doc, is my youngest grandchild. I have four beautiful grandchildren from The Doc's two boys who I met when they were six and eight and who have become a very important part of my life. Up until a few years ago … Continue reading Hanging With Doodlebug
Those of us who live on the east coast are used to the wind. We get plenty of it. Sometimes blowing in off the ocean in the form of tropical storms and the occasional hurricane, toppling trees or just taking their tops off. Sometimes coming from the other direction as infamous Nor'Easters that can bring … Continue reading Where’s That Damn Wind When You Need It?
In the absence of baseball, The Doc and I are still cozying up with Netflix every night. Our much needed break from all of this canned entertainment hasn't happened and we are getting a little tired of Netflix's spring offerings. All the high-quality British crime dramas that were often our go-to shows are slowly dissipating … Continue reading Feeling The Need To Binge
Photo by Vlad Hilitanu on Unsplash My definition of bitchy, as those of you who are more familiar with me and my blogs know, is a strong woman who is an independent thinker with passionate opinions. A woman who stands up and defends herself against those who don't like her, her opinions or her behaviour. … Continue reading Adjusting The Optional Extra Bitchy Facade
Like most people who are doing their best to stay the blazes home, avoid too much housework and find something amusing to do, I have turned to online shopping to purchase a couple of things to help keep me sane. But honestly, if I was on the brink of going crazy, I would be there … Continue reading Our Packages Are Taking The Scenic Route
It is a struggle to write this today. I don't feel that I have the vocabulary to describe what has happened to my home province of Nova Scotia. I have no desire to repeat, once again, all the details that have traveled around the world in news clips since last weekend when this tragic event … Continue reading Nova Scotians Are Forever Changed
Photo Jenn Stone. If you think an extended period at home results in me having a cleaner house, think again. Oh I know people who are scrubbing walls and taking this time to do a regular old-fashioned spring cleaning, but I am not one of them. This is something I have relegated to the past, … Continue reading The Fine Art Of Pandemic Housecleaning Procrastination