There are 3 seniors sharing my home with me. One lady and two old gentlemen. These three alone wouldn’t be so bad but the teenagers are driving me nuts. You see, they pick on these poor dear souls, harassing them … Read More!
When one first enters my home there are two signs that are immediately visible. One lists the “Cat Rules”. The second is quite simple – “Martha Stewart does not live here.” That being said, to say I am helpless in … Read More!
Once upon a time, in a land of green and gold, there lived a little boy who dreamed of things untold. He was a quiet boy, his voice rarely heard, an only child was he not, and alas, he was … Read More!
You all know the story of Little Red Riding Hood. A young lass goes traipsing unescorted through a dark forest carrying a basket full of freshly-baked goodies to her grandmother’s house where she’s set upon by a wolf until finally … Read More!
You can feel the change in the air. The cool crisp mornings of spring turn into that sweltering, choking, stickiness of humidity called summer in the South. It seems to happen overnight – one day it’s comfortable, the next it’s … Read More!
In stores the things I need are all up high Where I can see but I can never touch. It makes me want to crawl away and die Or weep and wail and scream and yell and such. Tall boys … Read More!
Fiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnngerrrrrrs. Such a fun word. Fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnngerrrrrs. These appendages located at the ends (or starting at, depending on one’s point of view) our hands are often described as long, elegant, strong, calloused, and even sometimes as short and stubby. Unlike their … Read More!
Thank God It’s Vacation Bible School Close your eyes and stroll through those dusty cobwebbed recesses of your memory, dodging the ferocious dust bunnies and skittering snippets of random thought that are hiding in the shadows. Journey past the party … Read More!