Category Archives: parenting

Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day! Even if you’re a dad, you can still have a special, fun day. It’s okay. Parenting is where you learn patience, a very necessary ingredient in life. Last night we built a fire and made s’mores in … Continue reading

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What Can I Do?

BB the bunny’s life has been a mixed bag lately. On one hand, the neighbor chased him back to my place with a hose and hot sauce spray when he ventured into their garden. (Baby Bunny turned into Bad Bunny.) … Continue reading

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Fur and Feathers

The flagstone steps are set, the plants are potted, the yard sale is over, and I played my first tennis of the season. (Love that game!) Spring has sprung. It is the busy, end of the school year time of … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

One step forward, one step back. That seems to be the progress I’m making lately, though it really isn’t. I drug all the hoses out and hooked them up for a summer of watering my flower pots out front, occasionally … Continue reading

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Live Your Legacy

Do you ever scoff or roll your eyes when you see an old expression such as Gandhi’s “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”? I wouldn’t be so quick to pass the old truisms over. … Continue reading

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Rites of Passage

The feeling of a newborn baby in your arms is like no other. It stirs lifelong emotions, changes to a person that never go away. I guess that’s why humankind has survived so long, because our instinct to protect this … Continue reading

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Fishing, Fires and Finding Things

Fishing after a big rain can only be described as a murky bust. My granddaughter is less than enthused when she doesn’t catch anything, especially when the fish get away with her worms. What can I say? We always need … Continue reading

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