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?
The world has a lot to give if we’d only stop and listen. We need to clear our perceptions of what we consider treasures. What I heard this week: I bought another ______. I don’t have to wear the same thing twice for all of December.You can never have too many_____.I want a _____. What … Continue reading Be Still and Listen…