Monthly Archives: June 2015

TIPTOEING TENDERLY

There is wisdom in the advice about keeping my words sweet in case I have to eat them. So I’m tiptoeing tenderly into the blogworld in case I choose to retreat, hoping no one will notice that I have been … Continue reading

Posted in blogging | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

PHOTOGRAPH

The browning album crackled from the weight of the fading pictures as mygrandchildren turned the page of the wonderland that used to be.  Alayna said to Pete, “That used to be Grandma.” “No, Alayna, you’re wrong,” I thought. “That girl … Continue reading

Posted in aging, generations | Tagged , , , , , , | 7 Comments

THE PRINCE AND THE POOR GIRL

“And they lived happily ever after.”  I suppose the “lived happily ever after” ending is most often used after the prince marries the sweet young poor girl.  So I apply this to my life.  In 1953, my Prince married his … Continue reading

Posted in marriage | 2 Comments

CONSIDER THE PUPPY

God created man on the sixth day.  Then the Bible says, God saw everything He had made and, behold, it was very good.  Man, very good?  Man?  With all his ability to goof up?  God, why did you care about … Continue reading

Posted in inspiration | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

TRUTH OR DARE

I have a friend whose husband commented on her new red dress, “It makes you look like an over-ripe tomato.”  That might be a bit too much honesty.  Being honest does not generally require one to blab off at the … Continue reading

Posted in ethics | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment