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The suspicious case of the missing bracelet.

Over the years I have learned to look out for favourite toys being flung from prams and left in strange places in shops.  I once retrieved T-bear from a moat where the Right Little Madam had thrown him with gleeful abandon having turned the whole thing into a game to keep the adults around her on their toes. 427 more words

Funny Things Grandchildren Do

so many legs...

Brandi: I knocked my phone into the trash the other night and didn’t realize it. I thought a pen fell in or something, but when I started getting my things together to go home, I couldn’t find it, so I called from the theatre and there it was–ringing trash can. 336 more words

Glucometer bites the dust!


BGL: 5.4

Meal: Oats and soy with fruit

Carbs: 23g


Meal: Tuna and vita-weats

Carbs: 25g

Afternoon Tea

Meal: Banana and apple

Carbs: 452 more words



Disclaimer: To some this post is going to seem ridiculous. Of this, I am fully aware. But maybe, if you read this whole thing, you’ll end up understanding how Pierre was way more than a stuffed animal for me and my husband. 997 more words


Tales from the Café: Amazing the Things You Find

Time: Tuesday, 9:16 pm

It was almost time to leave. All of the customers were already gone–a small miracle, given that there was a strong tendency to hang around well past closing time–so we were getting a little extra cleaning done in our “free time.” I was over cleaning the wood portion of our floors, so I could only hear murmurs from the crew cleaning our couch chairs on the other side of the café. 377 more words


Moments of Extreme Emotion: Where's My Spyglass?

The photo of a pair of transitions eye glasses attached to a scarlet lanyard is still posted on my Facebook page dated April 14, 2016. “Hubby makes a lanyard for my glasses today. 773 more words


On This Sunday: Lost and Found

Although it turns out to be a PR stunt, it’s still worth watching. In the Netherlands, a beagle fetches lost items for airline passengers at the airport. 9 more words

On This Sunday