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?
Have you ever been so excited to open up a new watch, device or piece of equipment eager to get things set-up and running, and linked to the appropriate app? You lay everything out in front of you, carefully putting the box and additional components to one side. And then open the instructions, you know, … Continue reading To read or not to read
READ AT YOUR OWN PERIL. DO NOT HARBOR OFFENSE. I have said before that laughter is one of the most natural, cost effective medicines that can cure what doctors can't, so give this one a chance. Not so long ago, my husband started rambling in the car around what he thought paramedics said, when treating … Continue reading Tales of a Paramedic
This weekend my husband and I decided to do a Park Run and then have a little breakfast before we flew our drones over a beautiful rose farm (#avid drone flyers). While sitting at our table in the restaurant, we heard a tinkle (although I much prefer the word ping than tinkle), coming somewhere from … Continue reading Ring for a kiss
Does anyone recall those days back in 2014 when people were nominating each other to down alcohol in substantial quantities, whilst capturing all the footage on video? Of course posting it on a public domain like YouTube for people around the world to access. They became the witnesses to the absolute stupidty that befalls one … Continue reading Healthy Fun
Time to put up your feet, let your hair down (if it's long enough) and enjoy the wind down towards Christmas time. I thought for this week I would share a few things that would hopefully bring a smile and maybe even a laugh or two! The most odd thing One day at work this … Continue reading Time to wind down
When I was a small child, round about the age of three, I was bitten by our Saint Bernard. A beautiful dog, bigger than I was. I do not recall exactly what happened but I do know, for some reason, I was sitting on his back like I always did and was feeding him a … Continue reading Once bitten, twice shy