In April, I was stuck in traffic a few miles from home and the drive seemed to take forever. Five minutes passed and we barely moved. I rolled my eyes. Would the drive ever end? Fast forward to early May, my son and I were driving cross country, more than 2,500 miles away to get... Continue Reading →
The wind at our back
In the middle of the craziness, I don’t think I yelled it, but I could have. I know I was certainly thinking it: “Run Toto run, run like the wind.” My son needed his car with him in California, so when he was on leave earlier last month, we drove it cross country. The “California... Continue Reading →
Stay out of Mother Nature’s way
I cursed the snow. While I was working, it had snowed another inch to two inches of snow. I was a newspaper reporter for a small daily newspaper and had worked late on a Friday night putting the Saturday morning paper to bed. I would have normally been home hours ago, but since I was... Continue Reading →
Oh, beautiful May
May is a month full of joy and hope. What great and wonderful things will happen? Oh, I can think of some. Here's a few more thoughts and some photos of my blooming Azalea bushes:
I’m not crying, you’re crying
C.J. Stroud is a big guy. He stands 6 ft. 3 in. and weighs 218 pounds. He's 21-years-old and started 25 games at quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes. The young man has seen his share of pressure moments, he won the 2021 Rose Bowl and played in the 2022 College Football Playoff semifinals. Throw... Continue Reading →
Laughing when you want to cry
Image by Cottonbro Studio via Pexels. I love the internet. When we were growing up, if you had a question, a really deep question that no one had thought to ask, you had to go to the library and try and dig for it or you just had to come to grips that you were... Continue Reading →
The search for Spring!
March is finally here. I've always found it to be a strange month. It starts off cold and wintry and then somewhere along the line, the trees start to bud, plants and flowers to pop up out of nowhere, and spring is here before you know it. For the record, Spring 2023 starts on Monday,... Continue Reading →
Low-down, cheatin’ dirty dog
I felt like I was cheating. I felt like I should be wearing a large scarlet letter A on my chest for "Adulterer." At the same time, though, I could help but ask myself out loud, "was it really cheating?" Nah, I tried to convince myself as I reached over and gave her another rub.... Continue Reading →
Where’s Mr. Heat Miser!
And just like that the Christmas holiday is over, the decorations have been put away, January is almost over and February is knocking on the door. January is a strange month for me. I grew up loving the winter months, mainly because it meant the chance of snow and getting a snow day. (I hear... Continue Reading →
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