The White Cottage

MY DAYS IN RETIREMENT

MMMM Good

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The visit with Charmaine at Gail’s last night was nice. Plus the Blondie recipe really worked and according to my brother-in-law, Daryl, they were “mmmmm“. Nat and I didn’t stay too long, as we had that long drive home, but we still had a chance to speak to everyone that showed and hear of Charmaine’s adventures in Canada. Sounds like she’s been busy, plus she’s off to Washington, D.C. for a wedding and then home.

Today was much quieter. Nat and I headed down to get our groceries, as he’ll be away Saturday and Sunday at golf tournaments, and then we did the Dollar Store again. I had a couple items to pick up and it wasn’t like we were rushed off our feet today. After returning home I started the next phase of the book and am now in the home stretch. Getting excited to see the end results.

Bonnie and I are going to hit the shops tomorrow, and I’m really looking forward to it. We haven’t been out for a couple of months now and I think we both need the escape. Before meeting up with Bonnie, Nat and I are going to the visitation for Nick’s sister-in-law, Loreen. She passed away after a lengthy illness on Tuesday and we want to show Nick and his brother, John, our support.

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Author: Twila

Born and raised in a small town in Ontario, Canada, with 5 sisters and a brother. Now retired, my husband and I travel, play golf and am slowly renovating our new (old) home. After my kidney transplant in 1999, we've learned to enjoy life to the fullest. Nat and I have driven across Canada, taken an Alaskan cruise and drove home via the Northern United States. We've also been to Mexico, the Caribbean, the East Coast of Canada and Cape Breton. We've done the "Snowbird" thing, having lived in Destin, Florida for a couple of months of the year. In 2007 we changed our travel plans in order to move into and renovate our new "old" home, but hope to someday get back on the road again. We also love returning to Scotland (Nat's origin of birth) to visit his family and tour the Highlands and surrounding Isles.

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