Daily Archives: May 31, 2022

Tuesday, A Day For Soup

More memories

A World Apart

“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth,
for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire:
it is the time for home.” 
Edith Sitwell, British poet and critic  1887-1964

Winter has arrived in force now. We have been lulled into thinking it won’t happen, but yesterday and today, the rain fell, the wind blew and the temperature plummeted. June, July and August are winter months here in New Zealand.

I think the days of quietly sitting reading in the warm sunshine are now over for the next several months

Not surprisingly, therefore, today my thoughts turned to soup. For those of you who have been following me on my other blog

If you have been following me on my other site Growing Younger Each Day you will know that I love soup. I need no excuse to make it whatever the…

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More on friendships.

A World Apart

Not surprisingly, my thoughts this week have been on friends. Life long, stand-by-you kind, even when-you-are-an-idiot kind (as is bound to happen now and then).

And you may remember there is only one sport I watch, and enjoy, – golf. Even though I hail from a true Canadian hockey family.

Well this was a double treat kind of Sunday – friends and golf in a tie play off.

Kind of warms the heart.

Scottie Scheffler won my loyalty when he won this year’s Masters and the Green Jacket.

Today his number one opponent was Sam Burns in the FedEx Cup tournament.

Two best friends (for real)- who tied, and played off.

Sam Burns made the best putt of his game and won, but Scottie’s joy at his friend’s win was what made me smile.

Of course there are no real loser’s here.

So from North of 43 I wish true…

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