Monthly Archives: November 2018

Letters

A blog. Oh yes, I blog. That means I have to write something. Shucks folks, I don’t know what to write about. I bought Christmas cards today. Actually, I had decided I wasn’t going to send cards this year, and … Continue reading

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The Holidays

The tree is up and decorated. The snow village is on the hutch and lit. The wind is howling outside like it has somewhere important to go. My granddaughter and I are watching a Christmas movie, the first of many … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy

The bureaucracy of death is ridiculous. I’ll share one recent incident. I called the hospital in Grand Junction where my sister was diagnosed with cancer in order to have them change the address where they send the bills to, from … Continue reading

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Choose Joy

I met a lot of really great people at the Loveland Public Library Local Author’s Showcase. The day started with three presenters, followed by a lovely lunch, and then we set up to meet the patrons and sell books. It … Continue reading

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Less Than A Week

The only reason you’re reading this blog today is because I could not sleep last night. Don’t ask me why. I don’t know. I was tired. I needed sleep. It didn’t happen. Maybe I got a little overwhelmed with all … Continue reading

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$2

I am now wearing one of my mother’s beautiful rings. At first, I kept them in the drawer and just looked at them every couple of days, but now, it seems fitting to wear them. I feel like I am … Continue reading

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