Wild horses couldn't drag me away Wild, wild horses we'll ride them some day -The Rolling Stones I said I would and I did. I visited the wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs at Corolla Beach, Outer Banks, North Carolina. It was a dream come true. I booked the tour a week in advance and set out … Continue reading Wild horses
I decided this week that I have been away from my blog long enough. To be honest, I'm having issues with my laptop's air drop function. I haven't been able to transfer photos from my iPhone X and you know how much I love photos. So, I am, for the first time ever, posting on … Continue reading I’m in the South, y’all
I'm leaving early tomorrow morning, heading east, and I plan to be away from home for at least five weeks. I need this time. I feel lucky because my kids are grown and anything I need to do for work (which is very little at this point) can be done remotely. I'm lucky because my … Continue reading This is my time
“When your heart is broken, you plant seeds in the cracks and pray for rain.” ― Andrea Gibson Three and a half years ago I wrote a journal entry and when I posted it on my blog in November, 2014, I titled it: Planting the seeds and I end the post with... I am cracked, but I … Continue reading Where happiness grows
We recently returned from a trip back east. I had a splendid time despite the fact that it rained most of the time we were in Chicago and, our flight to NYC was cancelled and rescheduled so that we had to travel on The Peacemaker's birthday, something we didn't want to have to do. But … Continue reading Where did the feelings go?
I'm not kidding. I am attempting to post seven glorious days in one of the most amazing cities in the world in one post. No wonder it has taken me so long to do this. Here goes.... Day One The flight I booked through Cheapoair (it's a real website, I promise, I've used it numerous … Continue reading Seven days in Paris
Sometimes I feel like I need to put out a disclaimer before I start typing. Although we are moving forward together, me with Blue eyes, and I am healing, and I keep writing because it helps me feel better in the moment, this ride is so tumultuous, some days I feel like I'm going to … Continue reading I’m sorry
First, as I typed "all it's cracked up to be" the phrase struck me as quite odd. So, I looked up it's origin. Strange. The Phrase Finder I have asked myself and many others have asked me, if I will ever be able to trust my husband again. I realize there are about a bazillion memes … Continue reading Is trust all it’s cracked up to be?
Wow did we have fun last week! We took my incredibly comfortable road trip car and headed down to California. The Peacemaker joined us. We have a friend who is a hobby photographer (and he's pretty damn good) who had visited Yosemite a few years back. He took some spectacular photos, and ever since seeing … Continue reading Road trip to Yosemite
Fair Warning: this is my last travel post from our six week vacation and it is a LONG one. After our kanga/koala day trip excursion, we tried to get ahold of our travel agent, but it was a Sunday night. Our Qantas flight up to Cairns Airport had not been canceled. We were seeing reports … Continue reading Australia, week two: the rainforest