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A widow learns to mow again . . . the hard way

In widowhood I am fast becoming the comic relief for the neighborhood. It’s my Craftsman riding lawnmower’s fault.

My late husband always insisted on being the operator of all things with belts, blades and horsepower. 662 more words


We keep going

Hi guys,

So today I saw something that really made me think of how we just keep going.No matter what we get thrown or how it effects us life just does not stop it keeps going and we are forced to go with it. 611 more words


Some like it, some hate it. I love it. Having dyed my hair almost every colour, both natural and unnatural. Grey has been on my bucket list for a long time now. 626 more words

It's All In The Review–Maybe Not!

Published in The Albert Lea Tribune week of May 25, 2016. Something About Nothing by Julie Seedorf

Do you leave reviews for your favorite spaces and places? 883 more words

Reading And Writing

My 50th Year-Halfway and I am going to be a Granny

So here we are half way through my 50th year. Georgia is enjoying married life with Gaz. Matt is now Head of Tax for Deloitte. Adam continues to live out of home. 899 more words


I haven’t written a blog post in over 2 months, and there is a reason for this. On the 15th March, my beautiful granny passed away. 325 more words