I was scrolling through old posts and found this! I had forgotten all about it. If you want a quick laugh, check it out! Crossed Wires
I’ve always been good about stretching the dollar. When times got tough, I got tougher! (My kids grew up telling me I was cheap but I prefer the word frugal.) I knew how to get as many meals out of $40 as I possibly could, which is about all we seemed to have each payday… Read More The Ex-Files – A Frugal Meal & No Cast-Iron Skillet!
I haven’t recognized Throwback Thursday in a long time so in addition to my recent post, “My Empathic Heart Is In Pain“ I want to reshare what that post was really about. Some people didn’t get it. The post wasn’t about any one particular issue. It was about the negativity, hatefulness, and disrespect floating about… Read More Throwback Thursday
We all have run across good teachers and, unfortunately, our share of bad teachers. Of course, when we’re young and hate being forced to go to school where teachers boss us around all damn day, give us hard tests, and make us take classwork home to finish, we usually consider them all bad teachers. But,… Read More Good Teachers & Bad Teachers
Ah, Barnabas Collins. The 175-year-old vampire who was inadvertently set free in 1967 and spent 4 years of the gothic daytime series Dark Shadows, in search of love and acceptance, and finding murder and mayhem. He was an evil blood-sucker, a member of the undead, but yet you could feel empathy for him. Dark Shadows… Read More A Blast From The Past
CP had a way of sucking the fun out of everything. That was something he had in common with my mother. To this day, I hate board games and most other games because of her. She would throw temper tantrums, adult style when she was losing. She would accuse people of cheating and throw the… Read More The Ex-Files – Sucking The Fun Right Out