My sister and I decided to check out a crowded antique store in Chatham. Not really an antique store, more a second-hand shop of what I call ‘treasures’ waiting to be found. A middle-aged woman, reeking of tobacco, brushed by us—it was too crowded to be concerned about personal space—and informed us that the owner… Continue reading Second-Hand Store Shopping!
Yay! First daffodils of the season. Photo taken on a day of snow flurries, then rain, and finally the sun burst through the sky. Welcome, springtime! © Rita Jacques 2018
“I’m going to get hit one morning, I just know it.” While I’m not saying my hubby can foresee the future, he did tell me this would likely happen. Guy mentioned how cars often cut across four lanes of traffic, moving from the Expressway off-ramp to the South Service Road while he was on Lauzon… Continue reading Crash, Bang, Boom!
Graffiti and intriguing fire escape on building on Riverside Drive East in Windsor. © Rita Jacques 2018.
Busy weekend…working, a baby shower, Easter and moving a daughter. That equates a short blog post! You know, I’ve been married for 36 years and I still learn new things about my hubby. I was showing Guy the work I’ve done on a puzzle of Canada. It’s a map from 1867 which makes it all… Continue reading Red Lake, Red Lights
First flowers of spring popped up! Yay! Spring is officially here. © Rita Jacques 2018.
Where were my shoes? I had just exited the swimming pool to retrieve my towel from my locker. But, my New Balance runners were missing! I looked around the room. The Moms and Tots swim was taking place right now. I saw tiny shoes. I supposed a little one may have put my shoes in… Continue reading Missing Shoes!