Not all men have the inner strength to stand to the side to celebrate and support his wife as she might take center stage-Husband has been doing it for 6 years.
Social Justice: Exceeding Restrictions
When we do more than what is asked, we participate in the bold act of protecting those who are at risk.
I heard this is the single greatest snowfall this year–the one that feel well into April–weeks after all the snow had melted. The buds were coming out. People were posting pictures of their crocuses. We were having suppers on the back deck. And the snow keeps falling. And blowing. And we all keep shaking our …
Friend-Books for grandbabies
Husband set up the beautiful and innovative bookshelf for books that my kids loved. Ready for the next generation to make friends with books!
Fears on the COVID-19 home stretch
The light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel is getting bigger. You’d think that we can all hardly wait to be released from restriction! We are on the cusp of widespread vaccinations–whoo hoo! Mostly. If you have hesitancies anticipating the end of COVID-19, you are not alone There are quiet conversations daily about the …
The last song
As the world prepares to be vaccinated, my parents prepare to move… …and get vaccinated, too! My folks are moving into assisted living and will join all the other residents of the building next week to be vaccinated to ensure the safety of all. I was over at their place yesterday—carefully. They pretty much don’t …
I was surprised to find this memory on my Facebook feed today. I called into the radio station to say, “BOOKKEEPER!” I have a knack for remembering useless information and this time it came in handy. I can’t remember most of I won–except I do remember getting a plastic chest that would teach me how …
SLDIU–and then there’s a trap door
When you fall as low as you can go, and then you fall through the trap door,
What is your Christmas tree saying?
Christmas trees are always personal. During COVID-19, however, many carry specific messages about the spirit of the household. What does yours say?
Waiting–Done and Yet Not
The waiting for Baby B is over. He’s here. Now we wait for the vaccine. It’s coming but it’s not here yet.