April Fools

The April Fools painting above by Norman Rockwell appeared on the Saturday Evening Post cover April 3, 1943. It has 43 mistakes or fooleries. Enjoy a bit of fun to celebrate April Fools. Below are some game ideas: *Try to spot all 43 items before you look at the link. *To play the game with … More April Fools

Grape Pie

British Pie Week is March 7 – 13, 2022. I may not be British, but this is a holiday I can truly dig into. Sweet or savory, I love pie! Can you think of a yummier food to celebrate? And we can celebrate all week long, if we want. A few years ago, when we … More Grape Pie

Pancake Day

Great A, little a, This is pancake day…. ~Mother Goose National Pancake Day is on March 1st this year. One of my favorite memories is of our family gathered in the kitchen for breakfast. My skinny brothers were all home from college and hungry—as usual. Mom had a skillet on all four stove burners (we … More Pancake Day

Comical Sight

Remember all those silly Valentine’s Day cards and candy you shared with your friends in school? Since friends often come to mind on this day, I decided to share this humorous post as my Valentine to you. Before you read this, it may help to remember my dear friend, Annie and I have different forms … More Comical Sight

February Calendar

If you read my posts regularly, you know how I occasionally like to mention some of the holidays. The February calendar has many things to celebrate. First, three of the more traditionally important dates. Then below that, a brief list of more humorous or light-hearted days. February 12 is President Abraham Lincoln’s birthday Why not … More February Calendar

Who Will Grieve You?

November and December flew by for me. I spent a large portion of those two months helping a dear friend. Annie (a pseudonym) is an elderly widow with no children. She has spent all her life helping others. She has done it quietly. She has always been the definition of a true lady—gracious, kind, and … More Who Will Grieve You?