Four grown kids, six delightful grandchildren, constant, long-time partner. A retired academic, I'm adapting to life in a Vancouver condo after decades in a waterfront home on a very small (Canadian) West Coast island. Keen to discover what new priorities emerge, what interests persist, in this urban life after 60!
Wow! So many interesting responses to Monday's post, proving yet again the significance of quotidian domestic details. If you haven't yet pondered the place of electric kettles in your life or in the lives represented in this blogging community, you might enjoy checking out that post and the conversation that has built from it.
Since I spent many words responding to the comments at that post, though, I'll give you photos only for the rest of this one. You will notice my idiosyncratic magpie tendencies with the camera, and I hope you'll find something to enjoy in what has caught my eye. The sunshine, sadly, has been replaced by rain, and today I only ventured out for a bit of retail therapy, otherwise content to stay in the hotel room with my knitting and my reading and my writing . . .
That's all for now. . . Aren't those camellias glorious?!