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.
The Happiest Day of My Young Life!
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 just returned from an energetic stroll around the neighborhood. I do this several times during the week. It is an appropriate time for me to reflect on various issues on my mind. One sad condition I’ve noticed; as a society, we have lost the art of saying howdy. I mean, how can any human … Continue reading Howdy
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