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Monday Musings

I don’t know how most of you feel about Mondays, but I actually like Mondays.  I hear audible *gasps* world-wide.  Seriously, I like the potential of Mondays.  699 more words

Proverbs 16:9 - Journey Thoughts

The New Art of Diapering

Remember when diapers were just diapers? When my daughters were babies, in the late 70s to early 80s, there were cloth diapers (most people bought the more expensive “prefolds”), and two brands of disposable diapers—Pampers and Huggies. 716 more words

My grandfather's a house: A Real Story

                            I always loved my grandfather’s house. It was always a place where, a funky kid like me could be themselves. My favorite room, was my grandfather’s office room, you could see pieces of him there. 218 more words

4000 Miles : A Play Review

It was a balmy summer evening in Baltimore on the Friday before Memorial Day. The Freddie Gray riots and protests has not left this city tainted. 333 more words

Family

It’s Tough Being Three

There are a couple phrases I’ve used.  The first is what I’ve been telling my three year old granddaughter – “It’s tough being three.”  For those that think it’s the “Terrible Two’s” haven’t had a three year old.  366 more words

April May June 2015

A Grandparent's Eyesight

 

I try to enjoy the age I’m in. Why bemoan your lost youth and your lost looks?

“How is your golf game?” I asked a grandparent in Maine who navigated  down a dirt driveway with a cane. 174 more words

Family

Missing her

So it’s been 14 weeks since we said goodnight to my mama.

They say time is a great healer, but nothing seems to be healing. Time only makes me miss her more. 598 more words

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