Truth as an impediment.

My husband and I have been enjoying an autobiographical book on tape. I’m not sure I can recommend it yet because, while enlightening, challenging and thought provoking, F-bombs drop like candy from a pinata..it is very intense! The man “speaks truth to power” though, and I am all about it- regardless of how it’s presented….

“Signature you”

The mailman who delivers to the downtown, historic shopping district in our area tragically drowned recently. The merchants he used to see every day are all in mourning. “Calvin was part of the family” one of the shop owners said, he’d open the door and always have something funny to say like “HONEY, I’M HOME!”…

HUGE photo project nearing completion..YAY!!! 😅

Well…I am almost done with phase one of my photo organization project which began around the time we sank into Covid. I had bins and bins of loose photos, kids art, greeting cards, clippings and “stuff” collected over decades of raising our four kids. Step one was to try and organize piles. I dedicated the…

Target Practice

Poor cashier.. there she was, checking me out on aisle 5, a long line of customers behind me and her computer seizes up. What’s so interesting about millennials (OK, so maybe not all of them) is that the “broke-r” the tech gets, the faster they start clicking.. fingers randomly tapping this and that and this…

Mask Wearing – 101

It’s been a year of Covid. I thought I had figured out all the dos and don’t, ins and outs..but I guess there’s always more to learn. Yesterday we were visiting my mom and I decided to sneak a cookie. I quickly lowered my mask to my chin each time I took a bite of…

The best intentions..

Like so many things in life, it started out as a simple idea. I thought I wanted a bird feeder. I have a hammock in my yard and had visions of myself swaying in the breeze.. binoculars in one hand, ice tea in the other..studying unusual species. I did some research and purchased a $40,…