This story describes the time my mom gave me the keys to the hen house. Two pictures of me in my prized baby blue leisure suit await you at the end of this story.
Last year, I made the biggest guffaw ever with her Christmas gift. Trust me, I will never make that mistake again! Let me tell you about it. At the end of this blog is a bonus video of me dancing.
This may surprise you, but I am very superstitious. I always have been. Now before you cast a stone my way and proclaim my superstitions as nonsense, give me a chance to explain. For me, my superstitious nature began at an early age. You see, my mom was a self-proclaimed Wart Doctor. Yes, you read … Continue reading Very Superstitious-Halloween Edition
It seems everything in today’s world is becoming smarter. For example, I bet most of you have at least one smart television. I’m fortunate enough to be writing this on a smart phone. When I was working in the business world, we had smart goals. Major car manufacturers are scrambling to market the first successful … Continue reading Mr. Smarty Pants
Pigs are smart and social animals.
“I’m so glad I brought their iPads so the kids can play with them while we shop,” I overheard a young mom state, while trying not to hear one of the many non-private phone calls happening in my air space. One cursory look around the food court in the mall, revealed kids of all ages … Continue reading Games Kids Play
Since learning my ABC's, I've come full circle.
I thought it would only take fifteen minutes. What was I thinking?
I love music. I always have. The first thing I do in the mornings while eating breakfast is ask Alexa to play music that fits my mood. I listen while driving, exercising, meditating and periodically I catch myself napping to my favorite tunes. Like many people of my generation, my love of music began in … Continue reading Music and Finding My Special Talent
I love my doctor. We have a great relationship. He is a few years older than me and has walked a similar path. Wise with a witty style, he takes time to sit, visit and ask how things are in my life. His interest appears to be genuine. I especially love my doctor when he … Continue reading The Dreaded D Word