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WW On A Tuesday – Quackers

content discovered on Monday, October 02, 2017

bethere2day - WW On A Tuesday - Post an image and link up, this weeks post is - Quackers WW On A Tuesday Quackers read more »

The Thing Living Inside Frankie

content discovered on Saturday, August 12, 2017

Image SourceTo preface, "The Thing" is not a baby.One hundred percent NOT a baby.Now that that's out of the way, we can move on.For the sake of easier reading there will be times were the writing of this post is in first person, and times when we flip to us/we when it seems appropriate. This is one of the rare occasions in the many years of writing that there has been swapping, or even use of "I".If you don't know who "We" are, and are actually curious, there is an archive of writing available at your di... read more »

20 Things I Learned from My Recent Trip to Nash...

content discovered on Tuesday, September 15, 2015

One of the assignments in the Writing101 class from WordPress was to write a list. While I did that assignment already, I have always been a big list-maker, so here is another list. In a few days, my wife will be having open-heart surgery at St. Thomas West Hospital in Nashville. Last week, we traveled More 20 Things I Learned from My Recent Trip toNashville read more »

The Heart of my Heart is Leaking

content discovered on Sunday, August 23, 2015

My wife is truly the heart of our family. Without her compassion and understanding, we would have never become a couple and I would never become a cat person. So, when I say hers is the heart of my heart, I mean this most sincerely. For many months, she has been struggling with fatigue, shortness More The Heart of my Heart isLeaking read more »

A tale of a two month slump!

content discovered on Wednesday, June 17, 2015

It appears to me that two months seems to be my "go-to" number in regards to the length of my post hiatus'. That must change. Now!This, my blogsphere folk, is going to be an honest overview. To be fair, I'm always pretty open right?! However, I have no qualms in saying I have endured a wretched couple of months...personally. I'd love to put a positive spin on things but that isn't always me and I can't pretend that it is. Life, for some of us, is not always smelling of roses; I've mentioned before about ... read more »

LASIK: Change How You See The World

content discovered on Tuesday, March 31, 2015

My life has changed. No exaggeration. No whatever. Have you been seeing the world through contact lenses and/or eyeglasses? Then you can probably relate to me. And believe me, you are missing out on something if you see the world through eyeglasses. I started wearing eyeglasses when I was in Grade 3. Back then, there [] The post LASIK: Change How You See The World appeared first on The Lifestyle Avenue. read more »

Sinking not swimming…

content discovered on Saturday, February 07, 2015

This year I need to focus on my swimming. A month of 2015 has gone by and Ive really not achieved very much yet. If Im going to complete the Scilly Swim Challenge, Im going to need to start pushing myself soon. I have to be able to swim a mile in 40 mins (consistently), [] read more »

A slow start to January

content discovered on Sunday, January 04, 2015

I went out for my first run since I had laser eye surgery yesterday. Ive been desperate to go out for a run. I didnt want to push too hard and was looking to have a social run, but I didnt see anyone I knew who was going to be running at conversational pace [] read more »

4:59/km – my best ever average race pace!

content discovered on Saturday, November 08, 2014

My second swimming session with SUTRI was much more successful than my first session. This was because the pool was far less crowded. There were three of us in the slow lane: Rebecca (who I met last week), a young guy who was just learning and me. In total we swam 1500m, mainly broken into [] read more »

Eight years ago today...

content discovered on Friday, September 19, 2014

... we placed our precious eight week old baby, with his broken heart into the competent hands of a pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon. It was a difficult time, with a lot of uncertainty. But with faith, hope and prayers, difficult times do pass.And here we are today, celebrating Bilal's eight year heart anniversary with cupcakes! We don't make a big deal about the date, but it is nice to do something a little special for our little guy. Sharing a sweet treat is perfect!Happy Heart Day, Bilal! read more »

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