Between February and October 2015, I wrote six posts in my "A Day in the Life" series. Not long after the October post, I fell and opened a large can of medical woes which I still battle off and on. I want to resurrect that series because I enjoyed sharing memories of some of my … Continue reading A Day in the Life | March Madness (Episode #7)
The northwest has enjoyed some early spring weather this year. On each clear and sunny day, Husband Bob has been outside cleaning and decluttering our yard. We love our mini-forest but each rain and wind storm brings down needles, fir and pine cones, tiny boughs, medium-sized limbs. At some point, this gets under Bob's skin … Continue reading Spring: Time for Cleaning and Decluttering
My family history consists of many changes. With parentage defining our personal history, my parents and my DNA have more or less labelled me in many respects, especially change. When my dad arrived home from work on Fridays, he teased my mom that it was a good thing he wasn't a drunk. His reasoning was … Continue reading Changes…Not Again!
Dealing With Unmet Goals And Expectations How do goals and expectations go awry? You set goals and make New Year's resolutions. January comes, and it goes. Soon you feel less than productive. In fact, you're somewhat depressed at the progress you're not making. You start checking up on the goals and/or resolutions you made. Expectations … Continue reading Dealing with Unmet Goals and Expectations
Nidhi Kaur's coming-of-age memoir is beautifully written combining prose and poetry into a tale of a young life growing up in India. Read my review, and then scroll down to enter a giveaway. Book Details: Book Title: A Journey to Yonder by Nidhi Kaur Category: Adult Non-Fiction, 130 pages Genre: Memoir / Poetry Publisher: Independent … Continue reading Book Review: A Journey to Yonder by Nidhi Kaur