Today I’m mourning the loss of a great lady. Margaret Thatcher was a leader ahead of her times. She’s revered by women across the world. Her not-only-can-do-but-shall-do attitude was one of the things that made her a great leader. She was, and remains, one of my favorite things. I hope you’ll enjoy this poem from A Word A Day! because it eloquently expresses what many of us are thinking today…about a lady of iron.
I’ve hit my sweet factor limit! I have to stop using “Dear Reader.” Faithful Followers? Fellow Bloggers? Devoted Diarists??? This is going to be harder than I expected. Never fear, I’ll come up with something…or resort to acronyms!
I’m busy doing “research” for my daughter’s virtual wedding. . . .finding so many wonderful things I want to share with you, Dear Reader. At the moment, I’m temporarily overwhelmed because I’d like to have them all, but even a virtual wedding has to have limits. (drat!)
Oh dear, a thought just passed through my mind — maybe I’ll have to plan more than one! )
See you soon!
Turn your oven on…this post from Design Sponge will have you rushing to the kitchen.
I gave it a 10 on my Munch Factor© list. On a scale from 1 to 10, what would you give it? Let me know in the comments.
We're only a handful of days away from St. Patrick's Day! As a kid, I loved this holiday. Mostly because I loved pinching my brothers when they forgot to wear green. I was devious, too. I always wore green, but it was hidden so that I could pinch twice. As a grown-up, pinching is a little less acceptable, unless it's my brothers (beware!).