According to the Oxford Dictionary, capricious is an adjective with origins from the 17th century and is defined by the following:
1.Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour: a capricious and often brutal administration; and
1.1 Changing according to no discernible rules; unpredictable: a capricious climate.
Having retired in June of 2015, I am partial to version 1.1. Spending 31 1/3 years serving my country as a member of Canada’s military, specifically, the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) this blog allows for me to put my random thoughts and musings to paper without too many rules as I explore the uncharted waters of retirement.
So I thought it fitting for the 92nd day of the year and the 92nd anniversary of the RCAF (1 April 1924) that I start my blog. If you happen to drop by and like what you read, I hope you’ll come back and visit my page.
Kind thoughts, and thank you for your time
Two years today since you went away
Yet I’ve still so many things to say
Not a day passes
Where I’ll find a dime or simply notice the time
11:11 to be exact
I love you Dad
To the moon and back
DaM : 24-10-16
You were once young
Not yet a life lived, yet all too soon a life given
When you arrived home a hero to those that mourned
There were no loud cheers, but rather silent sobs and spilled tears
Your ultimate sacrifice must never be forgotten, so it befalls to us to Remember