Tag Archives: grandkids

The Long Drive: Part Three

The Second Day of Driving didn’t go so well. Two hours in, a trailer tire blew. Fortunately, the kids were well prepared, with jack and spare close at hand. Unfortunately, we were on a fast paced highway, and the traffic … Continue reading

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Stay Cool

Yesterday was filled with little mundane chores that actually make a person feel good when you add them up. One was re-organizing old Badger Book files and finding a new place for the files that make them easy and accessible … Continue reading

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Aging Sucks but Happy Summer!

Big surprise! Well not really. The curvature of my spine has gotten worse over time, so the doc wants me to try using a higher lift. My right I-T band is trying to compensate, and that is where the pain … Continue reading

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Happy Flag Day

Encouraging reviews are coming in for the Young Adult novel. There are some ‘magical’ pieces being worked out, but for the most part, I am very close to being done. Some fun little trips are getting in the way of … Continue reading

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Give That Hug Away

In the blink of an eye, we lose someone and our world changes forever, we change forever. Even knowing accidents happen every day does not blunt the anguish we experience. It does not negate the stages of grief. It does … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2017

Happy New Year 2017! Victory! Sort of. It took three phone calls and a texted picture to my favorite plumber, but the toilet fill valve and supply line have been replaced. On a second trip to the hardware store, I’m … Continue reading

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Flying

At take off time, we were still parked at the gate. My window seat looked directly out at the landing gear on the little puddle jumper we were flying to my final destination. I could see the metal bent at … Continue reading

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