I’m writing this on Saturday, but will still tackle the Five Minute Friday prompt. As always, bloggers take a few moments out of their weekend to share their perspective on a a single word.
Continuing with the game plan – ha! I suppose I mean that in the literal, but not traditional manner – Jay and I traveled to Nashville to see a Round 2 game. We’d decided to watch at least one game live per round, assuming we could get tickets, and this round found us at game 2.
In my early teens, my parents, sister, and I flew to Honolulu for an island vacation getaway. During one of our layovers, Vegas I believe, I fell asleep on one of the benches with only armrests on either side. Somehow, I must have done a bit of tossing and turning, and when the time came to board the plane, my head was stuck.
Last year, my darling and I got bitten by the NHL post-season bug. By the time the Stanley Cup was awarded (to the Pittsburg Penguins – sad emoji), we’d seen the Nashville Predators play in 3 home games. We even had the privilege of being at the game in which they won the Western Conference and were presented with their trophy. Continue reading
This is the story of my dieting life: Start the plan gun-ho for the exciting changes planned for my life, slowly get distracted, then fizzle out.
So here I am. 21 days into my 36th year and I feel no wiser for it. The week following my birthday, Jay and I traveled to Cape Cod for vacation. We stayed with my sister and her family for the week and had an incredible time. Continue reading
I haven’t joined the girls for #FridayFive fun in a few weeks, but couldn’t resist this week’s prompt: smiles.
In the words of Buddy the Elf, “Smiling is my favorite!”
As I’ve recounted on previous blogs, my life is full of thousands upon thousands of blessings. Every day things which Abba brings into my day which point me back to Him. Continue reading
I daydream about quitting my job and becoming a travel journalist. The blogging version of Rick Steves. Of course I’d not only have my travel expenses paid for my journeys but also earn a fairly impressive wage as well.
I returned from Europe 5 months ago, and I’ve yet to put fingers to keyboard and write out my journeys. Perhaps I should rethink this daydream?
I’ve told all my cruise adventure stories, but had a few more pictures to leave you with – all taken our last evening on the cruise. Unfortunately, Jay and I never got a good picture of the two of us. Either I looked good or he did, but never together.
Jay and I had carried on a bottle of honey wine – something that absolutely disgusted my self-professed “cork dork” friend Holly. Thankfully she loves me anyway.
Jay used his injuries (a bum ankle and skinned knee – two separate incidences) as an excuse not to dance with me. During the appropriate part of dinner, Mark was more than happy to step up and fill in for him.
After dinner, while the rest of the crew was at the Styx concert, we headed over to our usual spot,the Majestic lounge, and get this snap.
After the concert, the crew met back up on the smoking deck for cigars and cocktails. Karen and Jay didn’t partake, but were sports to hang out in the smoky with us.