Monthly Archives: May 2012
I blew up the potato. I BLEW UP THE POTATO! Everything was going so well. My little assembly line in place. Salad underway. Meat on the grill. Homemade microwaveable peas cooking away. The potato had baked for one hour. All … Continue reading
For 23 years or more my husband was the chief cook. After he had to take an early retirement due to illness, I continued to work and he took up the kitchen duties. Beautiful! He has done the majority of … Continue reading
I asked my husband, Walt, what came to mind for him on Memorial Day? It was the year 1945. World War II was nearing an end, but Don, 23 years old at the time, didn’t know that yet. He and … Continue reading
I remember about 500 years ago. I was probably 20, and probably about as beautiful as I would ever be. But did I know that? Nooooo! Does anyone realize when they’re at the top of their game? Nooooo! So, I … Continue reading
Let’s talk. You know how it seems that we mark our years by landmark events such as birthdays, weddings, funerals, confirmations, baptisms, first day of job, last day of job? Well, wouldn’t it be interesting if we took the ordinary … Continue reading
Sometimes, it’s best to just keep your big mouth shut. God’s Peace!