How many times have you moved in your lifetime? I get dizzy just thinking about our moves. Growing up, my parents bought their first home when I was just a few months old. Of course, I don’t remember that move. But I remember when they bought this house in 1969. I was five and getting … Continue reading Moving Forward
Well, Friday has come and gone and my Friday post remained unwritten. Well, here’s my little story. First, the pre-curser.A year and a week ago, we were on our way to Oregon to let our daughter borrow our car for a bit. If you know the I5 in California above Sacramento, you may have noticed … Continue reading Friday’s Post Monday
“But he said to me, "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness." 2nd Corinthians 12:8 Aging Hands By Sandra Rose Hughes Your skin- thin, mottled, easy to tear, yellowing, pains me- my father, my mother, my grandparents. I much preferred the days when your hands were strong, Your … Continue reading Featured Poet Sandra Rose Hughes
Today, while checking out writing sites, I ran across one for writing contests and the copy was full of spelling errors. Ugh! Let’s be professional people, so you will be taken seriously. Writing full-time or as a part-timer takes practice like any other art form. Creativity comes naturally to some, but even if you write … Continue reading Writing Well
Yesterday was a balm to my soul. When was the last time I had lunch out with girlfriends? A crazy long time. I miss it so much. I see these ladies almost every Sunday, but we get little time to chat. As a social person, the first year of the pandemic irritated me. Soon, I … Continue reading Lunch
I don't know about you, but I love surprises! My hubby's birth mom turned 80 on February 11th. For several weeks, we planned and schemed with his five siblings in the Chicago area and Ohio about a surprise party for Mama Penny. We flew into Chicago, late on Tuesday the 8th, from California. The next … Continue reading Surprise!
Meet Chester, my first snowman. While on vacation in Arkansas, it snowed a good four inches, and my sister-in-law Karry and I had a blast building Chester. He is sporting my scarf and my mom’s black hat. Having never built a snowman, it surprised me how much work it turned out to be. Lots of … Continue reading Meet Chester
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Happy New Beer! Root would be preferable. A & W Root Beer is the best. Add a big scoop of vanilla ice cream for a refreshing float. Happy New Cheer! Cheer up. Throw off the doldrums of 2021. Live happily and pay it forward. Happy New Career! For you who have lost your income, I pray you will find a career perfect for your needs.
I hope your year has been productive. So much is not happening as it should. We need to be with each other and not so confined. I pray the pandemic will soon end and we can get back to whatever normal is. Meanwhile, I hope you have been using your time wisely.My year in a … Continue reading Year-End Round-up and giveaway