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Some people think they were born at the wrong time; adventurers wish they had lived in 900 AD when Vikings sailed the seas, and fleshy women yearn for the 1600s when their bodies would have been the feminine ideal in … Continue reading
I have my mother’s hands. That’s not something I’ve ever taken as a compliment – no offense, Mom. Our hands are broad and short-fingered. A network of lines criss-crosses both palm and back. The adjectives “sturdy” and “capable” come to mind … Continue reading
It’s normal to lose your train of thought now and then. If that train routinely jumps the track and crashes in a fiery ball of twisted wreckage, you may have a problem. My husband and I were getting caught up … Continue reading
Do you have lovely eyes? A noble nose? An infectious smile? Sometimes it’s hard to see our own outstanding features, even if they are obvious to everyone else. That’s because some of us can’t see beyond the big, invisible labels … Continue reading
Forty years ago today, I thought the end was near. I found myself confronted by a pack of snarling, howling, wild animals; a metal mesh gate the only thing separating me from certain disembowelment. I had armed myself, but doubted … Continue reading
I’m just about done with whatever preparations I’m going to make for Christmas and I’m ready to let the celebrations commence. If you didn’t get a card from me by now, chances are you aren’t going to, especially since … Continue reading
Careful packing is crucial to a successful vacation with your honey. The most important thing to bring along is a Buffer Couple. Have you ever done a fishing trip in the Midwest in the late fall? There’s nothing like it. … Continue reading
My Dad sired 9 children. He then topped that accomplishment by staying around, with our Mom, to raise every one of us. For that reason alone, he deserves to be Father of The Year. Not convinced? Here are a … Continue reading
Most of us work to support our habits and save passion for the things we choose to do in our off-hours. We pursue hobbies like… Collecting stamps, coins, or art Reading or writing Hiking or swimming Sewing or gardening Playing … Continue reading
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.” ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet Society now communicates electronically. There’s nothing wrong with that, but some occasions still call for a … Continue reading