It's about time.

Many of you can relate to Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

White April, and Longtime Blogger.

 Our Location today is at Windsor, Ontario.

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Kathy seems to not be resting at night the way she should and is still feeling tired in the morning even though she sleeps the entire night. She might need to speak with someone at The Windsor Sleep Disorder Clinic for a review. I seemed to be having a lucky streak and sleeping fairly solid. I may wake up a bit draggy but by the time we are having breakfast am back up to speed.

If you follow the road you'll see the WFCU.

The first thing I checked on the Computer this morning was The Weather Network to see what our day would be like. What I found was that our Daytime High of 43 F (6 C) was at Midnight and it was continually getting colder as the hours passed.

Can you see it now.

Looking out the Balcony Door I have often taken a picture of the Neighbourhood behind our building. When we travel in the southwest we often see mountains that look so close yet they are more then Fifty Miles away. This morning by using the Zoom on our Point and Shoot Camera I was able to focus on the WFCU Center about Two Miles away. That is where Kathy and I both received our Coronavirus Vaccines. It may only look like a Warehouse in the picture but it is far from that on the inside with Three Regulation Sized Ice Rinks inside.

The only thing that showed up in the hunt for a Job was the same advertisements that I’ve applied for the last few days. There were also less Blogs posted to read this morning.

For lunch we had Italian Wedding Soup along with Grapes, a Pecan Tart and a Yogurt Cup for dessert.

That's Flurries flying past.

After cleaning up the Dishes and taking pictures of the increased Flurries I managed to get in Two Full Sets of my entire exercise routine completed.

For supper we had Perogies and the Leftover Rice.

On the 6 o’clock Local News we learned of 2 Coronavirus Deaths in the Windsor/Essex Region with 41 New Cases bringing the Active Cases to 426.

As for the weather we can expect more Flurries through the night with the temperature feeling like 23 F (-5 C).

Besides watching episodes of “Bull” and “Criminal Minds” that we had not seen before I also had a chance to read some Blogs. One of those was from Longtime Blogger Al that helped to inspire the creation of this post.

Turning White.

Like many others being cooped up due to Lock-Downs impeding on what fresh ideas we have to write about. Also due to lack of people Commenting makes us believe that no-one is reading anymore. As Writers we appreciate when people Comment on our Blogs as it that shows people are reading. Everyone is interested in what we write when we are Travelling but that’s not always a possibility. People learn from our Blogs as we describe how we are able to Boondock or travel from park to park or eating at different Restaurants. They are enticed to travel to destinations by seeing the Pictures we post of our travels.

We also write about our lives and all the Good and Bad that we go through. I have read many former Blogs that were closed off by a trusted person because the Author was no longer able to write for us. Until that day we all hope to continue sharing our adventures big or small with anyone willing to read.

Good Night.

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Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


Words of Inspiration

You get what you give. What you put into things is what you get out of them.

Jennifer Lopez, Entertainer and Actress.


  1. Sorry to hear that Kathy has not been resting well but at least she has the Windsor Sleep Disorder Clinic to fall back on. Glad you have been able to sleep lately.

    I may not always comment but I do read blogs or try to catch up with what is going on in the ones I follow.

    Sometimes I am so tired at night I just do not feel like making a blog post and much prefer going to bed as sleep does not come easy to me.

  2. Like MsBelinda and many others, by the time evening rolls around, sometimes I'm too tired to post my own blog let alone read and comment on others. Morning is better for me but then that too means working around my work! I keep writing because I enjoy it. :)

  3. The stats on my own blog seem to indicate a lot more people read than post comments.
    I hear you folks are getting quite a bit of snow today. Not a flake here!

  4. I'm here! I check on you every day.....

  5. I often have only a few comments but when I check to see how many have read my blog I am always amazed. Thinking it is the same for us all.

  6. I always read your blog although I don't comment often. We hope to start our travels on May 10 after staying home for 22 months. I am sure you can appreciate how excited we are to get in the RV once again.

  7. I do read your blog everyday, sorry I don't often comment.

  8. Chalk me up too-I read every day but have never commented.

  9. Brrr. Yes, down here in central Texas we were 33 this morning...not really unknown, but not common.Gardens may be nipped in lower spots. I read your blog at least every other day....and I'm always interested in what's going on up there. While you may be in an apartment rather than roaming the wilds, you do have a long view. I do love to be able to see far...and am glad you can! So thanks for posting.

  10. Keep posting despite the lower amount of comments. It is a great way to keep track of what you where doing when in the years to come. Besides many of us enjoy reading your posts.