Category Archives: fear

Decisions

Ack! Time. Time. Blog day! This day was supposed to be all about writing, but other things wove themselves into the fabric of my day. I decided to put a newly acquired used shelf unit into my spare bedroom closet … Continue reading

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Two Wrongs

The logistics of moving in this day and age are challenging to say the least. In them thar golden days of old, a person packed up and rode away on the wagon. My parents only moved once after I was … Continue reading

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Zero Excuses

Sometimes, blog subjects are so apparent, and then sometimes they are so NOT. In the middle of the covid pandemic, we find ourselves in the middle of race riots reminiscent of the sixties. History repeats itself, over and over, until … Continue reading

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Out There

Monday was an interesting day. I voluntarily drove up I-25 to Denver. That doesn’t happen often because I hate I-25. Traffic was not heavy, which I am thankful for. The weather was nice, not too hot, not too cold, and … Continue reading

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Rona Rollercoaster

The “Rona” Rollercoaster just keeps boiling. I’ve talked to so many people who are dealing with unusual emotions, higher than normal anxiety, fear, anger, frustration, tears, you name it. They long for hugs and close contact. “Rona” is taking a … Continue reading

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The Drain

The dogs curled up at my feet. Like me, they wonder when it will get warm and sunny again. Two days worth of chores wait for warm temperatures. Some progress in the yard has been made, though. Two out of … Continue reading

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Adrift

I feel adrift, rocking somewhere in a boat and I can’t see the shore. This boat has no oar, no sails, and no anchor. My anchor is gone. I also feel like I’m living two lives right now. One, in … Continue reading

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The Aftermath

The house is quiet again. I don’t like it of course, but on we go. The boxes have been torn down. The recycling bin is full. Sheets are washed and the dinosaurs have been returned to their tub. I got … Continue reading

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Terrorism

The wind is howling, swirling leaves around the yard in a race to get wedged into some corner for a winter hideout, safe from rakes and compost piles. My house is currently adorned with my granddaughter’s Thanksgiving artwork. In one, … Continue reading

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Oh Paris!

My prayers go out to the people of Paris. I know how affected I feel, sitting here thousands of miles away. This is a great example of why our politicians who are slinging mud at each other should SHUT UP. … Continue reading

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