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Easter weekend was wonderful, but it wasn’t without its moments. Moments of angst. That’s the way life is. For the record, here are some things that could have derailed our enjoyment, if we’d let them.
First, we broke a little
… finish reading Weekend Casualties
Many Americans remember that on this day in 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States subsequently joined World War II. I say ‘many’ because as the decades tumble after each other, there are fewer and fewer people
… finish reading Honoring the Day
About a month ago, I un-hired my cleaning lady and hired myself instead.
My cleaning lady did my home in about two and half hours and often commented on how easy it was. That didn’t surprise me, because my husband
… finish reading Cleaning House
I found a story in tea cups during book club at my home yesterday.
I was preparing to serve the usual coffee, tea, and water. Got the mugs out for the Joe; found my pitcher for the water; and then
… finish reading Tea Anyone?
For several years I swam at a local health club two to three times a week. I even took some refresher lessons and learned to do the butterfly. Almost mastered the breathing that accompanies it too.
But then I became
… finish reading Doing Swimmingly
My son’s forty-seventh birthday is today, and I am sharing it with him in Fargo, ND, along with other family members. My longest friend, Carol, also shares this date; and I’m wishing her the best too.
In a way, September
… finish reading He Had It First
I found a large rock and hid under it in terms of the news, rants and raves, and the political process. I guess those are three ways of saying the same thing.
Through hearsay, I learned there were more than
… finish reading What Else I Did This Summer
I’m sure I’ve written somewhere along the way that I’ve been growing my hair longer. It’s almost to my shoulders, even though most people my age wouldn’t go there.
Still, since August 2012, I’ve been trying to eliminate all the
… finish reading Curly
My Mother was the world’s greatest proponent of St. Patrick’s Day. No, actually, she was the world’s greatest proponent of being one hundred percent Irish.
Green was her favorite color three hundred sixty five days of the year, and once
… finish reading St. Patrick’s Day