I didn’t do good with nonfiction November. I didn’t read any of the books I picked out for this month. I read half of one and didn’t care for it, same with another. But here are the nonfiction books I did read: From Scratch by Tembi Locke Why Science and Faith Need Each Other by … Continue reading Nonfiction November 2022 Wrap Up
I want to write more, I’m just in a little slump at the moment. I had a wonderful, relaxing weekend this past weekend. I didn’t go out the house in three days, not since I got off work Thursday night. We read, watched tv, did a little exercise, did some laundry. Overall, it was nice. … Continue reading The struggle is real.
Photo by Ashley French, May 2022 I’ve been missing Alaska in the last couple of days. Maybe weeks, maybe even months since we went there in May. No matter where we went, my eyes were saturated with the beauty around me. There’s so much more to Alaska and I didn’t even see a quarter of … Continue reading Alaskan Dreams.
About a week ago, I decided to delete my Twitter account. It’s not something I used all the time but I enjoyed following certain bloggers and authors and even some actors. The last few months on there hadn’t been fun, maybe even longer. It’s become a platform where people have posted their political beliefs that … Continue reading Goodbye, Twitter.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Life has been a little bit busy, but not enough to stop me from blogging. I just didn't know what to write about; I'd sit down and stare at the screen for a little while, only to get up and do something else. So it's not you, it's me. I … Continue reading My Week(s) 11/18/22.
Last Friday night (October 28) we went on a haunted history ghost tour. We spent the night in the castle that was next to the cemetery, so naturally we came up here 2 years later for the ghost walk. My husband wasn’t sure he would like going but later said he enjoyed it. The guide … Continue reading Halloween Weekend 2022.
Photo by Ashley French October 2022 A river seems a magic thing. A magic, moving, living part of the very earth itself. Laura Gilpin
Photo by Ylanite Koppens on Pexels.com It's almost November--in a week now. I don't know how I feel about that, to be honest. I feel like we're still in September and yet here we are, almost into the holidays. I picked out some books for Nonfiction November, but I haven't written about it yet, even … Continue reading Almost November
Would you be willing to become extremely ugly physically if it meant you would live 1,000 years at any physical age you chose? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder so someone’s idea of ugly could be beautiful to someone else. So that would be cool to live 1,000 years but I don’t know … Continue reading Question of the Week #17
The weather was nice this weekend -- warm and beautiful. I'd been suffering from a bad cough all week and was starting to feel like myself a little bit so my husband took me out on little mini excursions. The Harley Davidson dealership had one of the humane societies out for an event called "Hogs … Continue reading An Adventurous Fall Weekend.