Everyday Epiphany, Health, Travel

Little Adventure In The Covid-19 Zone: The Mental Paralysis Side Effect

“Sometimes an unwanted adventure is thrust upon you. Make the most of it.” Anita Borgo (after she finally commanded Alexa to switch off the TV). A little over a month ago I eagerly anticipated our three week Italian vacation- a week each in Rome, Sicily, and Amalfi.  Then the Coronavirus headlines emerged.  My thoughts went… Continue reading Little Adventure In The Covid-19 Zone: The Mental Paralysis Side Effect

Cooking, Everyday Epiphany, humor

Little Adventure In Game Creating: The Tupperware Challenge

“A creative eye transforms the ordinary into an adventure.”- Anita Borgo Navel engineer, Richard James, cast an eye upon the tension spring he developed for a battleship. As the spring, well, sprung after he dropped it, he thought it would be a great toy. In 1943 the Slinky slunk to Gimbels. While installing a light… Continue reading Little Adventure In Game Creating: The Tupperware Challenge

Everyday Epiphany, humor, Writing

An Everyday Adventure with Prepositions

“Adventures pounce upon the unsuspecting.” Anita Borgo One minute I’m minding my own business quietly reading a book when my brain does the “one thing leads to another stream of consciousness” shuffle. The next minute I find myself amid the preposition population knee deep in “between”, “atween”, and “betwixt” wondering why “between” made the cut… Continue reading An Everyday Adventure with Prepositions

Cooking, Everyday Epiphany, humor

Little Adventure: Life Without An Oven

“Adventure is in the eye of the beholder.” –Annie Andre Before becoming an inspiree, I needed to know about the inspirer. A Googled search listed a gaggle of Annie Andre’s.  An expat who moved to Paris, a Hallmark artist, and an administrator with a Linkedin profile to name a few.  After reading about this trio,… Continue reading Little Adventure: Life Without An Oven

Everyday Epiphany, humor

Little Adventure At A Body Flow Class

“Adventure isn’t hanging on a rope off the side of a mountain. Adventure is an attitude that we must apply to the day to day obstacles in life.” – John Amatt John Amatt is a Canadian mountaineer who scaled Mt. Everest. He seems to think that an adventurous attitude is important to overcoming obstacles in… Continue reading Little Adventure At A Body Flow Class