Good Saturday morning! Thank you for joining me. Let’s get some drinks! Advertisements
This week, I am grateful for having what I have. It’s been a rough week and I am grateful of having a home and having a place to sleep. Credit: Pinterest
Haha!!! Happy Saturday. 😄
“Time for dinner, kids,” I called from the dining room and waited for the pattering of steps and the cheerful laughter but none came.
Are you a practical jokester?
That would be interesting to watch. Hmm… 🤔 Happy Valentine’s Day!
“Papa, why do you have so much junk around here? I can hardly enter the house.” I said as I pushed a statue aside and leaped over a pile of wooden planks. “These aren’t my junk, my darling. They’re your mother’s. I’m just trying to clean it all up now that she’s…you know.” Papa sniffled…
Here’s a thought for this Monday: Courage is to never let your actions influenced by your fears. – Arthur Koestler Source: Pinterest
“How much longer are we going to search for this treasure?” Stacie whined.
This week, I am grateful for being a dreamer.
Good Saturday morning! Thank you for joining me. Let’s get some drinks!
This story came from the Huff Post but I found it on Pinterest and it put a huge smile on my face. I hope it puts a smile on your face too. Happy Saturday. 😄💖😊
“That’s odd, didn’t you say that couple’s going to take the boat for the night?”
I was going through the photos I took from my trip to Bryce Canyon last night and this photo caught my attention.
What would be your ideal fantasy way to spend Monday?
You know, I wonder about that too.
If you did not notice, I was off-line last Saturday.
One of the things about not being able to read a language is you tend to walk into surprises.
Here’s a thought for this Monday: The secret to living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple and love without measure. – Tibetan Proverb Source: Pinterest
Good Sunday morning! Thank you for joining me. How has your week been?
This week, I am grateful to be back home in the quiet, crowd-less suburb of northern Utah. Credit: Pinterest
When I went to Hong Kong more than a week ago, my aunt decided to take me up to Victoria Peak.