Point one: No two people are alike not really. I am thinking of two songs right now, one is by Dave Mason, and says, “there ain’t no good guy, there … Continue reading No two snowflakes are alike
Well I now know how Mark Twain felt when he said, “The reports of my death were greatly exaggerated!” I wrote about cooking a Thanksgiving dinner for my nephew to … Continue reading Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!
The lyrics to an old song kept running in my mind, so I looked it up and found it kind of fit my life! Yes I’m stuck in the middle … Continue reading Stuck in the Middle
The Bible does say, “Ask and you shall receive…” right? It seems that this Sunday, lunch at my house will be a Thanksgiving dinner, you wonder why? It’s because in … Continue reading The reward of being Specific!
Each of us has our own “demons” to battle, or as I wrote in one piece, “Every Superman has his Kryptonite” and this little story explains it in a wonderful … Continue reading Who are you feeding?
“I Walk The Line” is a movie, which tells the story of the singer dressed in black, Johnny Cash. He grew up being mistreated by his dad and when Johnny’s … Continue reading I saw a Man
I’m sitting on the balcony of my condo watching the waves, skiers, people trying to look like they are seriously doing a power walk, girls showing off their beautiful young … Continue reading Beachballs and Foolish People
I am with my grandson on a little adventure like we had last year; yes I am on a get-away-from-my-normal-routine time, sometimes referred to as a vacation! Tonight I took … Continue reading Looking in the rear-view again
I woke with a word on my mind it was the word “unrestrained”. I wondered why I was thinking of it, and then just let it go. When I went … Continue reading Unrestrained
When we are young, Over the Rainbow sounds like the place where the pot of gold is, the place where our best dreams and wishes come true, it is the … Continue reading Somewhere over the Rainbow
Two things, one is truth and the other is guilt, just a few thoughts on each subject. “You can’t handle the truth”, you might recognize that line spoken by Jack Nicholson … Continue reading Truth or Guilt?
“Familiar” is an adjective meaning, “Well known from long or close association: a familiar voice”. I have seen pictures of fierce looking dogs laying with small kittens and sleeping babies, peaceful … Continue reading You aren’t afraid of the familiar
Recently I received one of the most special compliments I have ever received; it put a smile on my face Clorox couldn’t scrub off! In listening to different people talk … Continue reading What’s special about you?