“How do you deal with it? You always have a smile on your face,” my friend said. Those of you who regularly read my blog know that I have cancer in my bones. Our bones do not like cancer. Pain is how they complain. Several years ago we knew a man who suffered through chronic … More Humor & Cancer
The rosy cheeks and perfect soft texture of the ripe peach begged me to bite into it. I rubbed off as much of the peach fuzz as I could under the running water. Then sliced off a chunk of the golden fruit. I crushed the peach’s soft flesh between my teeth and tongue to extract … More Peach Season
When I was a kid . . . Do you hate it when adults start their stories like this? Believe it or not, we did actually do fun things. And we did those fun things without computers. On long summer days all the neighborhood kids brought a towel or blanket or sheet to the designated … More What Do You See?
The week of June 20th I wrote about the World’s Ugliest Dog contest in Petaluma, California. Nearly every summer I try to give readers ideas in the category of: Adventures at Home. Summers can sometimes drag on. My kids always looked for creative adventures at home to enjoy. With Adventures at Home in mind, I … More Dog Drawings
Some Patriotic Music to Celebrate this Important Day
It is time once again for the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest. I have a few ideas in honor of this event to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. After all, summer is the prime time for Adventures at Home. 1. The Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma, California hosts the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest. Check … More And the Winner Is…
A Father’s Day Blessing! “May your mornings bring joy and your evenings bring peace. May your troubles grow less as your blessings increase.” Irish Blessing My sincere thanks to an online friend (who wishes to remain anonymous) for the photo taken in Colorado. The old settler’s cabin is no longer used. Can you spot the … More Father’s Day Blessing!
The past two months have been quite eventful for me. Some of you, my regular readers, may have noticed I was MIA. Annie died in April. She celebrated this year’s Resurrection in heaven. For those of us left behind, April was a whirlwind. We scoured through old photos, trying to find ones that showed Annie’s … More Flowers for Annie