I asked Dad if it was going to rain today. He said, “If it does, we won’t see much of it.” Boy, was he wrong. When we left the house, it was sprinkling a little. No worries there. I can handle a little sprinkling. We set up the drip buckets for the leaks in the… Read More The Downpour
Last Wednesday and Thursday my son was over to do some repair on a couple of floors in our house. I say repair, but it was more like demolition and replace. It was a horrid mess. Old houses. What are you going to do? When my son pulled back the carpet in the spare bedroom… Read More Rot & Bones & An Uh Oh Moment
About 3 weeks ago we had a thunderstorm that zapped my power lift chair. I could have still used it had it not died in the “up” position! I had so hoped it was just a loose connection but no such luck. The next thought was that perhaps there was a reset button underneath, somewhere… Read More The Chair
Maturity is realizing how many things don’t require your opinion. In my experience, nothing is gained from giving people your opinion, unless of course, they ask for that opinion directly. People form their own opinions based on their experiences, their own perception, and the information they have acquired. They will not change their opinions based… Read More Thought For The Week
It’s been a very wet and rainy day today…and noisy. Thunder had the cats under the bed all day. At dinner time things had settled down a bit so they’re a little happier but it’s still wet outside and Jack keeps whining at me like it’s my fault. Sammy hasn’t been around in over a… Read More Sunday Night Musings
My circle of friends has always been small. Even when I was younger, from grade school to high school and beyond, I had only a few very close friends. It was easy for me to make friends, but I rarely fit in. It was just more comfortable for me to step away rather than to… Read More A Shout Out!