Even turtles reach their destination eventually... Every December, I promised myself I wouldn’t eat too much over the holidays. Every January, I admitted to being a lair, a big fat liar. The usual diet and exercise routines had lost their appeal years ago. Last year, my sister offered to whip me into shape with something … Continue reading Adventure with Cinnamon Rolls
Send in the clowns. Don't bother. They're here... Hairy experiences with our canoe led my husband and me to sell the devil boat. Sane people, who’ve experienced almost drowning in a canoe, might keep to land activities such as croquet. Admiring nature from a lawn chair would be another acceptable alternative. We traded our … Continue reading Stranded
You can be the difference. You can make a difference. Don't let differences cause a difference. Got that? I’m a Baby Boomer, my sister Sydney, a Gen-Xer. We look at life from different view points. Canned, to Sydney, means fired. My position on canned is fresh pronounceable food preserved in glass jars. To Boomers, mail … Continue reading A Decade of Difference
Recycling fake people into zombie hordes for your amusement... My family had a sordid history involving recycling. Dad’s garage was legendary as a depot of useful things. He had no idea what to use most of those things for, though. Mom suggested a bon fire to roast a steer or perhaps to light the building … Continue reading Recycled Booty
Yikes! As we say goodbye to 2020, let’s not only remember the bad, but also the good. For where there are challenges, there’s also a way to overcome and triumph. What a bunch of hooey. 2020 was chaos. Before I kick the year to the curb, I feel I must sift through … Continue reading 2020 Good Thing, Bad Thing, Who Knows?