Land of snow and ice to the land of dust

So many things have been changing around here lately.

All of the areas that were once covered in snow and ice are now rocky and dusty.  It truly feels like a desert here now.  Minus the heat part.  Well I take that back, we had about 2 weeks of weather where the temps were above 32 degrees.  Today, however, it got back down to 5 degrees.

I’ve missed the cold.

So, like I said, so many things have changed.  So many things have happened.

First let me explain the limited time that I have to post things.

When our population went through a major increase, it became difficult for me to get on-line and blog.  I’m also going through the process to PQ to winter-over so this means I’m not working night shift.  Due to the fact that I’ve been helping train firefighters in dispatch and the fact that my boss is at the station during the day time hours, I don’t blog when I’m on shift.

There are also times when I get writers block and don’t know what to write about.  Not every day is a new exciting adventure and I don’t want to write things like:

“Woke up today, brushed my teeth, went to breakfast, went to work, went to lunch, went back to work, went to dinner, went back to work, went home, went to bed.  Woke up the next day, rinse – lather – repeat.”

No one wants to read that.  I want to tell you all of the exciting things that are happening here.  So I’m now going to hopefully knock out several posts tonight.  No guarantees since it is about 3am and I am basically awake due to insomnia and other things just running through my head.


Read on.  More blogs coming in the next few hours. (I promise Daddy)


Love to all – Tori

Published by Victoria

Hello! I'm a so-so photographer, okay writer, former 911 telecommunicator and world's best Aunt. Closing in on 40, I find myself at a point in my life where I have no idea what I want to do next. I'm currently spending summer 2021 in Texas with my boyfriend, Robert and helping him start building a plane before he goes back to Antarctica in August.

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