One of our basic needs is the need for security. COVID attacks that need in so many ways.
The New York City Ballet will reopen it’s Nutcracker on November 26, 2021.
In spite of any attributed bravery, I also have a keen flight response.
Winter in Saskatchewan is a marathon. It requires preparation, a fair bit of strength and endurance. For a minute or more, it almost seemed like it wasn’t going to happen. We were already in November, but still able to have outdoor gatherings. The Maple Beetles seemed to be on a neverending proliferation cycle. And then,Continue reading “Winter Begins”
If you grew up in the suburbs in the 70’s and 80’s, you very likely had a cabinet full of Tupperware. If you were like me you may have even attended Tupperware parties. This was actually one of my favorite things. I would wear a dress with tights and mary-janes, eat crackers artfully topped withContinue reading “Bury Me In Tupperware”
Except for the COVID shutdown, I tend to be in and out of my house. Sometimes I’m home for a visit, and sometimes for a stay. The difference between the two is four weeks. Anything more than a month is a stay. When I do stay home, it’s always an adjustment for both my husbandContinue reading “Home Routine”
Working in Maritime can be challenging. It’s not like other jobs, where you go for a couple of interviews and that’s that. There are requirements to be met, and agencies to appease, and if the bureaucracy gods smile not upon you, sometimes, plans are foiled. Thus, here I am, delayed from starting my new adventureContinue reading “Foiled, But Flexible”
I figured out some time ago that eating poorly can make travel miserable. Prepackaged, processed food-like substances found in airports and convenience stores conspire against me, and leave me feeling gross. I like being prepared when I travel. I also like eating well, so in anticipation of an upcoming road trip, I’m starting to thinkContinue reading “Road Food”