The Petty Details

“If it would help, I could get you a bacon press.” I am poised over the hot frying pan, waiting to flip a quesadilla.   Waving the spatula at him, I give him my best stink eye. “What?” “I thought you said you wanted to keep up the minimalist lifestyle?” “I do, and having a […]

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Is It Just Me?

The absurdity of some things just make me smile.  Is it just me? He’s got the pose down pat. Ric wanted to know if the AW Pottery is expanding: This one just makes me smile.  Who needs to spend a lot of money on entertainment? Hope your day is full of smiles.

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Feathered Follies

Sometimes, birds just need words.  Here’s a few to lighten your day.  Feel free to inject your own funnies in the comments:  “He’s coming!  Quick, duck!” “Do you think we should call for help?” “Do you mind!  I’m doing my business here.” Have a good day, all!

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What Was Lurking In the Bathroom

Well, okay, maybe lurking is too sinister a word, but truly the situation was both exciting and disconcerting.  I’d heard rumours as we passed others on the trail; it was all the talk of Water Ranch the day we there.  Something was in the women’s washroom. Now the Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch in Gilbert, […]

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Where’s Maude When You Need Her?

Following a comment I made on Twitter about how patients with ME/CFS are dismissed when presenting at Emergency, a fellow twitterer sent me this link.  Leave it to Golden Girl Maude to articulate so clearly the sentiment of so many who have wrestled with the medical community looking for answers. No one can lecture like […]

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More Misadventures On The Road

Travelling with a malfunctioning brain is sure to cause mishaps.  We already know from the fiasco in New Mexico trying to find Silver City that I am not be trusted with directions.  Well, turns out I am not to be trusted with other things either. The day after we arrived in Arizona, I decided to […]

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RV-Able: Today’s Chuckles

It was finger numbing cold out this morning as we were packing up to leave Falcon Lake.  I came in from helping Ric hook up the tow vehicle to find that I’d missed a call from my mother. Mom is ninety-one and usually waits for me to call her, so I immediately thought the worse. […]

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