Just Do IT!

1. I try to live each day to the fullest. Granted everyone needs a day off from “doing” things. Everyone needs a day to unwind, relax and turn the stress off. Slowing down and using all of your senses enables us to enjoy whatever beauty there is to enjoy more fully.   2. Keep a … More Just Do IT!

Missing You, Daddy

  I shared a portion of a letter I wrote to my parents on their 50th wedding anniversary in 2000. Each parent had a part of the letter. My mother’s part will be posted tomorrow. Today would have been Daddy’s birthday. My father died from Dementia and a stroke years ago. I still think of … More Missing You, Daddy

Restaurant Surprises

I had a weird event over thirty years ago. I was eating alone at a fast food seafood places called “Captain something or other.” I love seafood and their’s was pretty good. I ordered something with oysters in it because I seldom get to enjoy them. As I ate, my teeth came down on something hard. … More Restaurant Surprises

Two Way Blessings

Several years ago I experienced a two way blessing with a stranger. I was visiting a young patient and his grandmother in a large hospital. My car had to be parked in a building across the street, where I received a ticket with the time that I parked the car on it.   As I walked … More Two Way Blessings

The Gift of Touch

There is something many people have forgotten about or are afraid of giving or receiving: the gift of touch. I know there are times when touching someone is inappropriate but I have learned it can be very healing in the right circumstances and with the right people. My mother and father were both affectionate with … More The Gift of Touch

Cats of Beauty

If you’ve been reading my blog posts, you will get the idea of how much I love cats, specifically my Norie. So now for something a little different. Having had two cats and a love of beauty in most of what I see, l thought I would share these fine, feline photos. Can you tell … More Cats of Beauty

Ten Life Lessons

My life did a 180 degree turn around before and after my 58th birthday. Our son had moved out as an adult and was on his own. My husband died of a heart failure. After a year by myself I adopted two cats. Life became a little simpler. (Both of my sons were adults and … More Ten Life Lessons