A story of a nontraditional family. I also rarely use hand sanitizer. I don't iron clothes. We don't have regular meal times and if Max wants a home cooked meal he has to get it himself or have my mom prepare it. I haven't done his laundry since he was nine. From the time Max … Continue reading I don’t separate the whites and colors when I do laundry.
*Keep in mind, these words are my experience and my feelings.* I was talking with someone recently about volunteering, what it's like to be one and how to recognize others that are. Then a few days later I had a little tantrum because some things I had done weren't getting recognized. Here's the thing. I … Continue reading Volunteer
There are times when I think of things and I don't knew where to begin or how to bring it to an end. This is one of those. For the people that were there for this, I know you get it. Feel free to add a memory of your own of the bat cave. A … Continue reading Bat Cave
In the past couple of months I have met one on one with candidates on both side of the aisle, I have been to candidate forums in homes and in large auditoriums. I have talked to them and listened to them. I have researched to see what they have done in the past. Sure, it … Continue reading Stop calling me Libtard.
I'm learning. They way I do it is by agreeing to do things that terrify me. Usually with the caveat "I'll ask lots of questions." So far it's working. The job I currently do is so far removed from anything I have ever done before that I constantly worry I'll forget something or do something … Continue reading To do list
I got a new bike. My old one is 26 years old and although still serviceable and sturdy, it's heavy, and well, it was time. Old Red has been tuned up but I suspect it will live in the barn now. Since my mind is like a bee buzzing through flowers one thought leads to … Continue reading Oh the places you’ll go
I've had a few people ask me about this blog recently. To be honest it didn't occur to me that it might be missed. This particular post is not a memory or a cute observation. I will try to get back to those. It took me a while to figure out how to get on … Continue reading Now for something a little different
I like to follow the sun. What I mean is, if I'm going somewhere and there's no hurry I will take roads less traveled and as long as I know where the sun is, I know I'm headed in the right direction. Yesterday I followed the sun on my way home in the morning. I … Continue reading Following the Sun
My dad loved Cool Whip. And black licorice and jelly beans. There was usually a stash of licorice and or jelly beans next to his chair in the living room. Mom would make real pudding, the kind you have to cook, not the add milk kind and dad would pile cool whip on top and … Continue reading My favorite veteran
Do you have that one remnant of a past set? The one glass or dish or piece of something that once was a set? I used that glass this morning. It's the one that doesn't match any of the others but is just the right size. We have bits and pieces of sets all around … Continue reading Sets