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What else can be added to a note with this title. I personally find it a day to reflect a bit. My eyes opened this morning around six fifteen with the morning light peering in around the window curtains, and … Continue reading
I’m nowhere near the end, although I know some people who would consider me knocking on death’s door. Continue reading
Once upon a time in a seemingly far away place I picture standing on my grand dad’s and grandmother’s front porch at the steps looking through the line of crepe myrtle trees out to the main dirt road. There were … Continue reading
The way I feel sometimes is totally awesome. Sounds clichéd? Well, maybe, yes. But, still the same, that’s how I feel. Now, why would I say that? It’s not about the absolute pinnacle that I am. HA! Not even close. … Continue reading
Thursday morning, 30 Oct 2014. Libby is “singing” in the kitchen. I don’t know if “Whoa, oh, oh, oh counts as such, but it is melodic. Running water in the sink helps, I suppose. I have Fiesta to my left … Continue reading
As I get older, I get a more complete picture of life. I suppose we all do. There is so much to say I don’t know if I can organize it all. I don’t know if all of us older … Continue reading
I remember the days in the 50’s and 60’s when we left the door to the house unlocked all the time and the keys were always in the car or truck. There was one lady in our neighborhood who had a … Continue reading
There are always going to be changes. Some we know not of, presenting themselves as surprises. Some come as a planned endeavor. Some may even come as a dream come true. Who knows? I can likely present several different kinds … Continue reading
A little old lady shuffles across the floor passing her dogs which lie peacefully on the rugs scattered about the old home’s otherwise bare hardwood floors. She carries in her heart this day the memories of life experiences that fills … Continue reading