I turned the heat on yesterday. Suddenly I noticed that I felt chilled, and there is no sense in feeling chilled unless one has to. I do not have to. The heat pump took several hours to bring the house up to 22.5C, which is a comfortable temperature for us. Last fall the heat was… Continue reading Hydro Sends a Contract
It is snowing here this morning, lots and lots of snow. It is melting too, but enough is falling out the sky to accumulate significantly on the branches of the tree branches outside my windows, about 4 inches so far. I love the first snowfall of the season! It is pretty. But beyond the visual… Continue reading First Snow!
July is less frantic than June, but still very busy. The garage roof project was put on hold for a few days. Last weekend we spent our first night at the Rideau Camp in 2018. The mice had been in again, but none were trapped. The cleanup of their droppings took about four hours. I… Continue reading On Hold
To Camp or Not To Camp
Last night I dreamt of my brother Carl. We were young again, he was the happy little boy I remember and love. We were at my Granny’s house, a place where we were loved unconditionally, a place we felt safe, a place we thought was heaven. The summer’s day was warm, the breeze tousled our… Continue reading To Camp or Not To Camp