Moving day is 19 days away and I am leaving for South Africa in 28 days. I am currently packing for both so I can find what I want to take on my trip, even if I haven’t finished unpacking in my new apartment. I have to be brutal in cutting things down for this… Continue reading Packing
Not that I’m counting or anything – but there are 78 days left before my trip to Kruger National Park in South Africa begins. 🙂 Most of the preparations were made well in advance, but there are a few things that I have to start thinking about now. On Tuesday, I had my appointment with… Continue reading 78 Days to Go!
Since my big trip to South Africa in 2012 (3 whole years ago in August), I have been trying to think of what to do with all my pictures. A photo book had been one of my thoughts, but the price scared me considering the number of pictures I would want in it. Someone at… Continue reading Photo Book
According to the calendar – this is summer. It is August, isn’t it? I turned the air conditioner off a couple of weeks ago, which is fine. I don’t mind if the temperature doesn’t get into the 30’s C, but it would be nice if it was in the mid 20’s or so. I had… Continue reading What’s With This Weather?
I took pictures of some of the flowers in the front of the house yesterday. They’re looking pretty good this year. Bad news is that I pulled all my Lilies out. They were being eaten and there was no indication that they would ever flower again. I see healthy looking lilies in other yards, so… Continue reading Flowers
I guess it must be spring – the Canada Geese are returning. They generally return in the last couple of weeks of March – so they sure aren’t early, but we generally do not still have over 2 feet of snow at this time of year. I hope they can find food. I saw one… Continue reading The Geese are Back
After I typed in the title for today’s blog, I just had a flashback to one of the books that my daughter used to have and that we would read over again and again. 🙂 It was called Catch Up Ketchup. It was about a Monkey named Ketchup, who was always lagging behind and was… Continue reading Catch Up