Thoughts, Stories, and Bits of Wisdom
I read Anka’s post over at http://keepingitrealmom.com/2013/05/09/mothers-day-will-look-like-this/ and it brought back some good memories for me about Mother’s Days past. I’m fortunate enough to have two Moms; my first Mom … Continue reading
How often have you heard someone, usually a politician in my experience, say “at the end of the day…” whereby they follow it up with some profound statement related to … Continue reading
There was a point in our lives when getting there really was half the fun. No long line ups for security; no worries about getting a pat down that your … Continue reading
On my post front page I used the Mr. Rogers quote that so many are using right now and none more eloquently than my friend Andrea at: http://fromplaygroundstopolitics.com/2013/04/16/love-wins/ to remind … Continue reading
I saw a man today. He was sitting on his walker next to one of the “Stop” signs at a four way stop. This man sat in the pouring rain … Continue reading
Have you ever heard someone ask that question? Or, maybe you’ve said it yourself in a different way. “What are we leaving the kids?” Or perhaps thought about it and … Continue reading
You may have seen an updated story about the 1995 birth of twin girls. One of the girls wasn’t doing well and her sister was put in the incubator with … Continue reading
The great Bill Cosby did a skit in the 1970’s called “Do not touch certain parts of your body!” This was an admonishment given before a foot ball game. In … Continue reading
She lay quietly in bed wondering what to get for their first anniversary. It should be quite simple really. After all, the first anniversary is a “Paper” anniversary so any … Continue reading
They’d planned this trip for a long time but they knew this was one trip he would take alone. In their fifty plus years of marriage, it wasn’t unusual for … Continue reading
Today is our beloved sister-in-law’s 70 something birthday. I understand you never ask a lady her age or give it away so that’s as far as I’m going. Donna is … Continue reading
For all my friends and family who are reading this, yes she knows I’ve written this and her first comment was that she thought I was being generous on the … Continue reading
I know, I know, people have been talking about this for a long time but what can I say, I procrastinate. I guess I better get ready for the end … Continue reading
That is a phrase that I never want to hear or have to experience. It is however, something that many of our seniors and physically challenged people in care facilities … Continue reading
I had this question posed to me after I sent a tweet to fellow blogger Renee A. Schuls-Jacobson. I asked her if it was timely to wish her a Happy … Continue reading
For years I’ve read and seen stories about how seniors and the visually impaired have mixed up their medications and suffered serious consequences. I didn’t understand this until recently. One of the things that … Continue reading
I have two brothers that I’m very proud of and if I had sisters, I’m sure that I’d be proud of them too. However, today I want to acknowledge my … Continue reading
Medical insight, personal stories and humor from a "urologist with his own disease." An insider's view to aid the newly diagnosed prostate cancer patient and the women who love him.
Startup and Technology News
humor in the humdrum
This is my journey, my thoughts, my views, plain and simple and from my heart. Please travel with me and share, hopefully it will be an interesting trip.
You say you want an evolution...
Short bursts of curmudgeonry on any topic.
Reading, writing and a-rhythmic tics
here's my blot on the blogosphere
homeschooling, fitness focused (physical, spiritual, mental), beach bumming, fashionably passionate/passionately fashionable, mom of two is just saying...
I'm a Barbadian writer, exploring all the worlds real and imagined, have to offer.
"The Present Moment" Book Project