May is a complicated month emotionally don’t you think? I’ve been thinking this week about May and what it means for me now, and in the past.
I’m chatting about my spring closet in my monthly vlog this week. Looking at pieces I am excited to wear this season. New and old.
This week I’ve been grumbling about spring and reading some great books. Reading. Grumbling about spring. More reading.
I seem to be all about stripes for spring this year my friends. Navy and white stripes. So fresh and springy. Stripes with everything, I say.
After my latest sojourn in New Brunswick, I’ve come to the conclusion that love and laughter are the secret to growing old with equanimity.
I think we often dismiss deceptively simple books as “light reads.” Books which are perceptive, captivating, and even life-altering,
Spring is here and with it the urge to wear spring outfits and pack my winter stuff away. But I’ll settle for a hybrid closet for a while.
We first felt gratitude for not living in a country torn apart by the effects of war when we visited Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2019.
It’s time for a splurge report. To see what’s on my Spring Wish List. And how I’m faring in my pursuit of “Sue’s New Frugality,”
We cherish our travel memories. They remind us how lucky we are to be able to travel. And how grateful we are to live where and when we do.
I’m shopping my closet for pre-spring fashion this week. Lightening up a bit in anticipation of the arrival of real spring.
Don’t underestimate the power of positivity. But don’t overestimate it either. Sometimes we need to reach out to professionals for help.
I know winter is almost over, but I’m still thinking of winter skincare. Slathering cream on my dry, aging skin until spring finally gets here.
I seem to have inherited my grandmother’s love of family stories. And I love to tell them to anyone who will listen. Or read.
This week, what with politics, snow storms, and one country in Europe on the edge of destruction, I think we’re all in need of distraction.
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