Working from Home: Week 29

A river cuts through a rock not because of it's power, but it's persistence. Another week has gone by. I'm not going to sugar coat it. This has been a hard week and at time rather soul crushing. The smoky conditions are still here and haven't cleared as predicted on Monday. Our next chance of…Read more Working from Home: Week 29

Working from Home: Week 28

Be kind to one another. Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. The heat has returned along with forest fires. Smoky haze is not my favorite thing to wake up with. Whenever there is ash in the air, I always feel like the earth is in mourning. Maybe it is? Humans…Read more Working from Home: Week 28

Working from Home: Week 27

The will to preserve is often the difference between failure and success. ~ David Sarnoff Welcome September! Another week has passed. I've now been working from home for six months now. The British Hubby full intends to be wfh for the next six months. If you haven't figured out yet, I work in the educational…Read more Working from Home: Week 27

Working from Home: Weeks 24 and 25

Fear is a reaction. Courage is a decision. Where has the past two weeks gone? I'm blaming the heat and the day job on lost time. Although, the heat has been fantastic for the sunflowers. We're down to the last three or four that haven't bloomed yet. Even our experiment from bird seed opened up.…Read more Working from Home: Weeks 24 and 25

Working from Home: Week 21 and 22

Everyone has his day, and some days last longer than others. ~ Winston Churchill I missed a wfh post last week. Between the summer heat and my allergies, my creative juices weren't quite up to par last week. The past two weeks, I've bought another tank of gas and had an oil change. In 2019,…Read more Working from Home: Week 21 and 22