Trees are singing

In this beautiful place for a couple nights while I work at HMCS Acadia with cadets. I’m one of the wonderful bunch of nurses on staff at the clinic. I’m grateful to be able to stay at my uncles cottage in Smiths Cove while I’m at the base over the next 6 weeks. So many kids on buses arriving from all over the provinces and the world for training and fun. It’s been interesting to meet up with about 500 of them yesterday and over the next couple days. Great bunch of kids and young adults. I remember my Air Cadet camp days at Greenwood. It is a fantastic opportunity. They seem to have developed the camps into a fun place. I always felt I was getting in trouble by forgetting my cap or my hair was below my collar. I remember we borrowed the beautiful airforce blue uniforms for our final parade. Base staff loaned them to us. We were informed please do not get food on these uniforms. The minute I picked up my tray of spaghetti I had a bad feeling. Crash! My tray landed smack into the back of a regular officers beautiful blues and I got the coldest look from my commanding officer. Oh boy!

Peace is easy in a place like this:)

Books I’ve read lately

Killman Creek is the second book in the Stillhouse Lake series. I was totally on the edge of my seat. The first book ended and I immediately started the second. It’s a story about a serial killer. It has so many twists and turns! The author makes you doubt your instincts. Loved it!

Sarah A Denzil’s books were easy to read and I found myself enthralled in the stories. Sometimes a prolific writer will have a common theme that is predictable. I didn’t get that feeling with these books.

Happy Reading!