Two days ago, I got ‘THE LETTER’ – the one from my employer, the federal Government of Canada, informing me that since my disability has now reached the two year mark, I must now make a tough decision.
Do I return to work?
Do I opt to take… Continue reading
While watching the videos I posted of Bob and Oliver trying to get in our upper deck door, there was something that struck me as ‘odd’ hearing my own voice speak the name ‘Bob’.
Who on earth would give an animal the name Bob? It’s so short,… Continue reading
It’s 5:00 am and I’ve been awake for two hours.
One of those hours I spent tossing and turning in bed, trying to will myself back to sleep with no success. Finally, because I was afraid of waking my husband, who has to go to work, I’ve spent the second… Continue reading
For years now, I’ve been noticing a pattern regarding delivery of our mail, and I’ve commented on it to Mark a few times.
Perhaps I’m not the only one who has noticed this? I do live in Canada, but has anyone else in Canada or elsewhere noticed that the fluctuation… Continue reading
I guess we’ve been spoiled the last couple of years. I had almost forgotten what being bothered by mosquitoes was like since the populations have been fairly low.
This year, however, is another story. After the long, LONG rainy season and the high water levels, we don’t dare open the… Continue reading
Joe Blow: It’s Stupid to Risk Your Own Skin at Extreme Speeds – Especially When You’re Putting Someone Else at Risk!
An open letter to Joe Blow,
I don’t know who you are, but someone out there does, and mark my words the RCMP will know before too long. I took a look at this video of you speeding on the Island Highway on Vancouver Island, BC at up to 299… Continue reading
I described in a previous post about my concern because I have been slowly gaining weight since going off work and onto disability just over a year ago. Even though I’m at home a lot, I’m actually no less active than when I was working, so the only reason I… Continue reading
I’ve been struggling in many ways lately. My short term memory has been horrible and my ability to learn new things is nonexistent. I need to redo tasks three or four times to remember them and even then if I don’t do them on a regular basis… Continue reading
As much as we try to think about and plan for the day our kids will be out on their own, they are still very much present.
Our 18 year old daughter Erin is very intelligent and trying to find her path into… Continue reading
This is a tough topic for me and I’ve struggled with the question of whether I should tackle it on my blog. When I made the decision to do the blog, I also made a commitment to be honest. That doesn’t mean, however, that I have to ‘spill every bean’… Continue reading