You can read Part 1 here, and Part 2 here Unlike the hobbit tub that was first installed, this is the tub I was after. Besides being much deeper, wider and longer than the flimsy all-in-one unit suggested by the bathroom place, it doesn't have the non-slip bottom that asks for grime to build up.… Continue reading Bathroom Renovation Part 3: Now that’s a tub!
Paradise. It's not the tropics. I'm bundled up in a blanket with my jacket on, absorbing vitamin D through my face and hands. Not a margarita but a BC cider in my hand No internet No wifi Just the wide ocean The waves Relentless in their battering of the rocky shore Their energy And constant… Continue reading West Coast: Unplugged Joy
I was sitting in the back room at Marg's tea house, a converted bungalow where we could hide out and smoke without worry of getting busted by prefects or teachers. Marg, the wizened old lady (she was probably my age now 🤣🤣🤣) would run to the back room and warn us so we could scurry… Continue reading 1986: I met my forever Valentine
Spring Tiptoe through the tulips Cavort among the crocuses Nimble amid the narcissus The colors of the world are changing, day by day The bleak grey of winter Snaps at the flowers in the night But the sun welcomes and warms them each morning Heralding Spring to come, day by day 50 words “The colors… Continue reading 50 Word Thursday #6 – Spring
I am sure there are things that can't be cured by a good bath but I can't think of one.” ― Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar It's a bird... it's a plane...it's a... tub on my front lawn. I should have sat in it. It didn't take long to rip out the old slime tub.… Continue reading Bathroom Renovation Part 2: It’s a Bathtub?