Last year I flew to Indiana twice. One time the air travel was bumpy. The other time it was not.
Interestingly, the first trip went smoothly, serenely between the plane there and the plane ride back…
Conversely, the second trip’s air miles were smooth, while the time with family and friends was fraught.… ...
Tagged with: 2000 miles
, air travel
, Baby Boomer issue
, New Year
The furor of de Fuehrer. Have you experienced, witnessed, or been the target of an attack?
How do you prepare, defend, or deny the attack of The Boss? Every family has one – bullies bombast, ignite, and control. They lord it over others.… ...
My belief system should be clear to you, Constant Reader. I’ve often used the Einstein quote in my four years of blog-iverse blather. There is a God and He offers miracles daily. I believe. It’s a choice.
I also had grand Parents, who tried their best to get along and raise four kids…though they didn’t raise the siblings to get along with me.… ...
Several weeks ago my husband and I flew, turn-around quick, to Michigan to attend the funeral of one of his mentors, the father of his high school chum. The flight, turbulent literally and figuratively, took far less time than the famous farmer shown, but we were no less dedicated to the trip.… ...
Dang! The ancient stretch cord holding the beads and bangles of a Christmas bracelet broke, and all of the baubles came tumbling down. Just as we headed out to church service on Sunday. My wrist would not be holiday-adorned.
Crunch! I nearly fell as I stepped from the curb into our car to drive away from said service, my heart filled with hope, joy, and love.… ...
It was a spectacular summer day in Hoosierland, and we were on the fly. Radio rocking our rental car, zooming at 75 mph on the Interstate, slicing Midwestern humidity like a butter knife.
We’d landed at O’Hare a couple of days earlier, intent on re-connecting first with old friends in Wilmette, Illinois.… ...
Tagged with: 90+ years old
, parking lot
, road trip
Today is our wedding anniversary! Hurrah and hallelujah!
Since I have been in a miracle mindset, let me repeat: one of the three best miracles of my life is the night I met Larry Colando by the beer keg. The other two are my birth and my re-birth.… ...
“One of these things is not like the others; one of these things doesn’t belong.”
Do you hear that jingle, instituted on Sesame Street on episode one, rummaging around in your brain? Does it resound, helping you to notice aspects of unique, independence, and to categorize?… ...
Here’s a map of California, showing the counties in which 62.5% of the voters passed Prop 13. Look at the red: a small land mass lost to big consequences for green, as in money.
Larry and I were in California, seeking jobs, when Prop 13 passed in 1978.… ...
Several years ago a sister whispered, “I didn’t get the empathy gene,” in a wistful tone of exposition. The stunning confession is tape-recorded in my memory, a specialty from my profession and a childhood spent in vigilance.It explained a lot of things.… ...