When life throws us a loop, our choice is to keep going no matter how hard it gets.
While in Arkansas to say goodbye to our daughter, a highlight was spending time with other children and grandchildren.
We even got to see our Memphis grandson before going to the airport.
They ease the burden of grief a bit.
When we returned home Monday we tried to catch up on lost sleep in between work and daily life chores. My only social outing was book club. This month we had read ” The Stars are Fire” by Anita Shreve which I highly recommend.
I realized later, my dinner was comfort food; it was tasty as well!
Here are some of my favorite reads the past couple of weeks.
The Art of Simple’s three reasons to spend more time outside struck a cord with me. I need to work on enjoying the outdoors more; it should be easy with San Diego weather!
Want to cut your wireless phone bill? Learn how to get the best phone plan from Simply Well Spent. There’s a few companies listed that are new to me.
Becoming Minimalist floats the idea that inheritance is more than you think. We leave more than money to our loved ones; like the memories in my family photos above.
Would you eat a shrimp beef burger? It’s one of the interesting McDonald’s menu items from around the world shared by Flyer Talk.
Get Rich Slowly discusses how to stay on top of home maintenance. As we decide when to replace certain items around here near the end of their lifecycle (air conditioner, garage door, etc.) it’s on my mind.
This week we’ll finish catching up on chores. Other than a dental appointment, not much scheduled. I do hope to meet our new grand-dog Stella who belongs to our youngest son and his fiancee.
Isn’t she adorable?