Author Archives: prichie

About prichie

I'm married and even though it took me 3 times to find the love of my whole life, I truly value the idea of marriage. With only a few, very few, years left before retirement, I am doing a lot of dreaming and planning about what those years will bring. I'm a happy, confident person who sometimes tests the norm in my daily fashion. I'm pleased with where I am in life and plan on sticking around for many many years!

Good Things DO Come to Those Who Wait

I’ve always considered myself a ‘bit’ of a green thumb, understanding full well that it comes naturally from our mother. Through all of my growing years Mom had indoor plants thriving on window sills, in sunny corners and tables of … Continue reading

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More than Treasure!

It has been 9 years since we bought our bungalow in the city. I remember the events leading up to our purchase as if it were yesterday. Ha! With that, I can’t help but wonder why is it then that … Continue reading

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Sights and Sounds of September

It’s a breezy day in the back forty of my work location in a south corner of the city.  Sitting at the rustic weather-beaten table after a quick bite it dawns on me, just how lucky I am to hear … Continue reading

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Fatty Foods for Thought

I’m so pleased that Audie-Jean posted her epistle, as she once called it.  This was during her out-pouring of patience as she tried to help me, a younger sister, understand the whats and the whys of her new dietary lifestyle. … Continue reading

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Dreams

There are a lot of theories about dreams. A lot of experts who can analyze why the visions we have when we close our eyes come to us at that particular moment, on that specific day. Often, I wake from … Continue reading

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Life with Challenges

“It isn’t the mountain ahead that wears you out; it’s the grain of sand in your shoe.” – Robert W. Service

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