Though I’m starting small I think I’m getting the idea about casting my dreams out into the universe and watching them come true. I learned a lesson about this last week from my daughter-in-law, Mark Zuckerberg, and a snake.
I published this first in 2015, the year I started my blog. And I’ve made it a tradition to repost it each year in celebration of my son’s birthday and my experience being a mother to the best son I could have ever hoped for. To James with love. Happy Birthday!
This Mother’s Day has me remembering how hard my mother worked to feed us. She showed us love every day with her potato cooking skills.
I’m getting older and with this comes concern about health care costs. My doctor suggested something that made me think about unorthodox ways to save money. I wouldn’t recommend following them.
The Sunday after Easter my church asked me to do a presentation. It was Holy Humor Sunday so you can imagine I had some fun adding humor to the story.
It’s been too long since I had a holiday weekend, which made me start thinking about how I’d improve things if I was in charge of holidays. Here is my proposal to give us time off every month of the year.
I dashed into Walgreens last week to buy some unmentionable items ‘for a friend.’ What I realized is the HIPAA law leaves us wide open for breaches in confidentiality regarding sensitive medical conditions. Don’t laugh, this could happen to you!
Over the years I’ve come to a deeper appreciation for why we need to celebrate the bitter with the better when it comes to Easter time. That’s not easy for a shallow person. It only took me 63 years to get it.
Ever had a night when you couldn’t sleep? Occasionally I have a sleepless night and this essay tells all about my goofy escapades dealing with my insomnia.
When Dad retired he announced he was going to ‘help’ Mom grocery shop, something she had done successfully without his input for decades. This is the story of how their relationship weathered the challenge.