Tag Archives: Our choices

The Blessing of Our Last Home

On June 18th, I wrote a post called The Mixed Blessing of our Last Home. That seems like ages ago. Now we are a month away from closing on our new home, and we are eager to do that. We … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Love, Marriage | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Mixed Blessing of Our Last House

We are selling our house and moving. As a disclaimer, this was my husband’s idea. He loves me very much, and it occurred to him that the discrepancy in our ages might cause some difficulties for me in the future. … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Love, Marriage | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments

A Parsec of Stress Prompts Delicious Escape

The sum of our ages added to the dollars needed to get our house ready to put on the market, multiplied by the task of finding the very last house we intend to buy, squared by the 1400 miles from … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Courage, Family, Marriage, Sacrifice | Tagged , , , , | 7 Comments

Living Life

My Dad used to tell me stories about several people he knew who, while grieving the loss of their spouse, were worried that they hadn’t told them recently, or often enough, how much they loved them. My Dad and Mom … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Friendship, Love, Marriage | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Career Counseling, Our Passions, and Some Surprises

Weird things sometimes happen in life. We start out on one path and then realize that the things that make us tick are in a different direction. One of the many blessings of living in America is that our futures … Continue reading

Posted in Church, Courage, Education, Family | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

2018 – New Year, New Hope, New Challenges

Many years ago, Sam, my eldest godson, was born on the 31st day of December.  Many years earlier, my husband, Ron, was born on the first day of the year. Sam’s arrival gave his parents a welcomed tax break that … Continue reading

Posted in Animals, Church, Marriage | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

On Manure – Some Doggerel

When you have a tough problem that plagues you And you’ve added some worry and stress You will notice a sweet smell arising: ‘tis a mountain of dung you possess! Adding worry won’t lesson your burden Quite the opposite thing … Continue reading

Posted in Animals, Courage, Family, Life in these times, Mental Health, Politics, Poverty | Tagged , | Leave a comment