I believe everyone’s life has a purpose. We are here to discover that purpose then use whatever gifts were bestowed upon us to make this world a better place. Some of us are fortunate as we know at an early age what that purpose is. Others, well, we go along, often digressing from the road that will take us there. This is me. Now on the other side of 50, I am finding my way back to that road that will lead to my life’s purpose. Welcome to my journey.
I am finding after being off for a full week now, the layers
of stress are starting to melt away.
I love playing with the Waterlogue app. Unfortunately, it is only on the hubby’s iPad
which he is constantly on. This week I
wanted to play with some of my recent photos and found the only time I can get my hands on it is while he is in the shower.
I am finding it easier to notice the little things to
photographs to document my day. This
morning I was able to catch these evening primroses before they folded up for
the day. Amazingly, they grow in the
cracks in the sidewalk where there is little if any soil.
Oh, were you using the computer?
Allistair is enjoying the fact that I am home during the day
now. Unfortunately, he wants to be in
the exact space I am occupying. I spread
an old t shirt out on the desk hoping he would nap on that. As you can see, my laptop was more
preferable. I did not get much blogging
done that afternoon.
Now there are 4
ball saga continues… I gave up and purchased
two new ones (pink) after the teenagerswore
they were not in his room. I went to do laundry after he did several loads and
guess what I found…yep, the missing-for-months-dyer ball sitting innocently in
We rarely have room for dessert but the one exception for
this is when creme brulee is on the menu.
Because we enjoy it so much, we don’t bother to share, we each get our own to savor. I save the brittle caramelized topping for
Joining the celebration of
our week at Kim Klassen’s Friday