Category Archives: Attitude
Donna at Retirement Reflections wrote a post outlining a Retiree’s Job Description. I think she nailed it perfectly in highlighting the roles, responsibilities, and skill sets to be a successful retiree. In our comment exchange, we talked about the need … Continue reading
Have you ever woken up in the morning feeling grouchy for no apparent reason? That’s my world today as I nurse my coffee and a simmering growl. There’s no particular explanation for it – I slept well and I feel rested. There … Continue reading
For the past couple of days I’ve been browsing through my photo library looking for inspiration for a story. Anything. … but I’ve been coming up with nothing. What do you do when the most creative thing you can come … Continue reading
Just in case you should start to think that this year has been all doom and gloom for me, I need to balance the scales … for there has also been great joy. On Thanksgiving Weekend, our oldest son Jordan and his … Continue reading
So far, this year has been full of various trips, falls, misses, and failures – some of them figurative, many of them literal. A few of them I’ve talked about here, but most of them I haven’t. There has been one … Continue reading
Earlier this summer I wrote a post about my cycling accident and the broken collarbone that caused all my summer plans to come crashing down. I held out hope for 8 long weeks that by mid August I would have my summer … Continue reading
Cemeteries are peaceful and calm oases chock full of local history and stories of people long gone. One can also find a smile. Found today at the Necropolis – one of the oldest cemeteries in Toronto.