Tag Archive | thankful

Writers Block

Writers Block All writers experience writers block from time to time. Whether they are writing a script for a movie, working on a book, or writing an article for the news. Sometimes words don’t click in our brains the way we want them to and we end up with a piece that doesn’t say what […]

Family

Family For many years I didn’t understand what family was all about. I guess it was partially due to being raised for several years in foster homes, some good and some bad. The last one, however was the only one where I actually felt like I was part of the family. I loved them so […]

Holy, Holy, Holy

Holy, Holy, Holy You don’t often hear church bells unless it is Sunday or a Holiday in most towns anymore, however in our small town, we hear them every morning and I think in the evening. This morning when I walked out on the deck, a beautiful morning, I heard the church bells trolling out […]

Washers and Dryers, Furniture, Doctors and Emergency Rooms

March 1, 2018 – Washers and Dryers I remember when my mother, step-father, little sisters and brother took off and moved to Mexico for awhile. My sis wrote me a letter describing how they lived down there. My mother had gotten a good paying job at the University of America as a statistical typist. They […]

Resolutions and Finances

January 2, 2017 – Resolutions Around this time of the year, many people start talking about their New Years Resolutions. The list can get very long: “I’m going to quit drinking, I’m going to treat my spouse/family better, I’m going to quit smoking, I’m going to go to church more often, I’m going to be […]

July 10, 2017 – The Cardinals I’ve talked about the many creatures in my back yard several times. Each one is beautiful in a different way. The birds are a multitude of colors, shapes and personalities. The one Blue Jay will sit in the Formosa tree next to the deck and literally yell at me […]

Walking the Hill and Mrs. Beasley May be Back

May 11, 2017- Walking the Hill Osteoarthritis is a common ailment that often comes with getting older. While our bones and joints might ache, if caught early you can lead a pretty normal life by using the right medications, the right exercises and the right mind set. Rheumatoid arthritis is completely different. It not only […]