Capricious – adjective

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
Deborah Ann