Of my two grandmothers, my country grandmother was the one I knew the best. There was something about my mother’s mother that was charming and endearing. Her life had many hard times at the beginning, the middle and the end (which I will share in other posts someday soon). But her last years were some… More My Country Grandmother
This is a delightful piece by judydykstrabrown. I had to share it because it made me laugh and I loved her photos and writing. Enjoy!! This is the first few stanzas but are lacking in the delightful photos she took. Please click on the source at the bottom of this post and you will find… More Fairies
In 2012 a small piece of history was returned to its rightful place. This part of history has its own tale to tell. But first here is a little background information. A Future Baseball Star Born in Poverty In South Carolina July 16, 1888 Joe Jackson was born into poverty. Due to the lack of child… More A Chest With Memories Returned Home
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The meaning of the above title came to life for me several months ago while attending a wedding reception. A DJ played music and twenty or more mostly young adults were dancing and having fun. I was hesitant to get out on the dance floor with the dancers who looked like they were half my… More Dance Like Nobody’s Watching
Since August 17 is Black Cat Appreciation Day, I decided to do a series of blogs on my black cat, Nori for the first few weeks of August. I am one of the growing number of people who admire and lov… Source: A Black Cat With Personality!
You may have seen my recent blogs on black cats with photos of my Norie. (Links provided below.) This article I wrote for Candid Slice explains why black cats have been maligned and how beautiful and smart they can be. I hope that these words and photos will introduce black cats for the wonderful pets… More Black Cat Appreciation Day-August 17