Outdoor landscapes are alive with color―greens, yellows, reds, and pinks. We are awakening from our winter hibernation of barren tree branches, empty landscapes, and drab skies to the joys of outside living once again. Snow and ice have been replaced by rain and mud, and shoveling is a thing of the past, until next year.
Every day it’s the same struggle. Getting out the door. It used to be easy, when it was just me. Things changed after I got married. That meant two people had to get up and out the door. The once daily routine for one, is now a daily routine for two. That means splitting bathroom
The funeral home was crowded, and people were lined up out the door. We made our way through the line to do one last viewing and pay our respects to the family. My Aunt, her children, and her grandchildren were coping as well as could be expected, but their lives had changed, and would never
Most of us will be busy this week preparing our Easter celebration. There are decorations that need to be put out, and clothes that need to be bought. Pictures with the Easter Bunny, coloring eggs, Easter egg hunts, shopping, and cooking, are also on the to do list. Easter is celebrated in several ways. Children
The entertainment industry is a trillion dollar a year business. We’re always looking for something to do, something to entertain us. Maybe you like reading a blog, (hint, hint), or just spending time with someone doing something together. Entertainment can be found in various forms, book, movie, carnival, amusement park, beach vacation, or theatre production.
St. Patrick ’s Day is known for parades, shamrocks, leprechauns, and all things green. Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Originally St. Patrick’s Day was a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland, now it’s an international event celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special
A selfie (/ˈselfiː/) A self-portrait photograph, typically taken with a hand-held camera or smart phone held at arm’s length or pointed at a mirror. Often these selfies are shared on social media. The selfie isn’t a new concept—it has been around as long as there have been devices that take pictures. (Online research states 1839)
The connecting flight was a nightmare. I felt like a sprinter in the airport, running from one end to the other. Knuckles white, I clutched my purse in one hand. My carry-on dragged behind me, barely touching the floor at times, just to make my connection. My coordinator had a tight schedule, and didn’t account
For those of you who know me, you know that I am a very picky eater. I don’t eat cheese, eggs, anything that swims, or anything white (sour cream, cottage cheese, cream cheese, mayonnaise, or plain yogurt). This usually isn’t a problem for me, until Lent. Growing up in a Catholic home, my family strictly
Somewhere out there in the sewers beneath our homes lives a sock demon. He waits for the appropriate time, and steals just one sock. Why just one you ask? Nobody knows. But, my guess, he works for the sock companies, or maybe he just likes to irritate people. You gather your laundry and take it