A storyteller, Disregards no detail and accounts for much more, Leaving you many stories in the memory store; Ceaselessly talkative, Historical mostly, Cleverly depicting words in a predicament quite so hostly. Always says 'Thank-you', Opens the door, Certainly not considered a chore; Exceedingly grateful, Amazingly faithful, Could it be that he is an angel? True … Continue reading Whose that man?
Over this weekend I woke up to my husband bringing me lemon juice. Certainly nothing out of the ordinary but he leans over to whisper in my ear: Good morning beautiful! I listen in silence, while I acknowledge that beautiful moment and want to express it back in ways we both understand. You know, our … Continue reading Strange conversations
Today I am going to keep it light hearted and share a few examples of those real-life silly things people (#we) say without thinking. To begin, I have to start with my husband! Unmistakably a true salesman, often I find myself listening to the most oddest of stories - you know, those ones that really … Continue reading Whose line is it anyway?
Did you know that the critical elements of life and nature are basically made up of three components each? For example: Air Dry air consists of 78% Nitrogen, 28% Oxygen and 1% of other gasses (carbon dioxide, argon etc.) Earth: Consists of three layers - the core, the mantle and the crust Fire: A fire … Continue reading Food for thought
We are pursuing happiness the wrong way. We are going down pathways that are causing significant damage. Damage so silent, it kills. This was what a doctor stood up and said at a Diabetes meeting this week. Bam. Just like that! The truth of this debilitating disease when not looked after or treated correctly. The … Continue reading In pursuit of happiness