This one is dedicated to my daughter, Courtney Marie, who died 20 years ago on Sept 14th, 2000, at the age of 16. I will also include to collages that I created in her memory. Circle of Life Tickled pink, a baby girlA short lived life, a short lived love. Like the Sisyphus’s boulderConstantly pushingContinue reading “Paint Chip Poetry: Circle of Life”
1. If you had a magic beauty wand, what would you give yourself?a. Shinier hair, hands down.b. Glowing, soft skin–pass the moisturizer dude.c. Brighter eyes, with no crows feet—I want to look less tired.d. Nada. I love what I’ve got. Probably a. shinier hair. I miss my long thick and shiny hair. 2. If youContinue reading “TMI Tuesday: February 9, 2021: If, Ands, and Butts”
1. Would you help pay for your own engagement ring? I didn’t get an engagement ring until after we were married for 8 years. Instead we put the money into a buying a house. My daughter in law now wears my old engagement and wedding ring. 2. Were you ever afraid to masturbate? Yes, IContinue reading “Repost of TMI Tuesday: Mixed Bag”
This is a repost from my old blog to this new blog. I snagged this from Mrs. Wolfie, https://mrswolfie.blog/2020/09/11/50-questions-just-for-fun/, and I hope she sees this because I still can’t comment on her blog. I’m sorry for the loss of your little Nebo. “I decided to borrow this fun survey from Sparkpeople. I think I spend a lotContinue reading “50 Questions: Just for Fun”
I found this article fun, so I decided to write something for as many of the different things that I’ve actually done, now that I am 70. https://relaxmaven.com/15-things-you-should-do-before-turning-50/ 1. Travel the World Together Traveling with someone you love can bring you closer together and makes for scrapbook-worthy memories. I did travel to a few places around theContinue reading “15 Things You Should Do Before Turning 50”
I’m seeing so much more of this than usual. Maybe people are so frustrated these days that they feel the need to force people to agree with them so they can feel better about their choices. Or maybe I’m just reading too much. Opinions are actually judgments and demands. Wikipedia defines opinions as “An opinionContinue reading “Opinions”
This was prompted by an article on Patheos :https://www.patheos.com/blogs/laughingindisbelief/2020/12/what-are-atheists-afraid-of/ I find it interesting that it’s usually Christians who have never studied or practiced anything other than Christianity (and have done very little studying of their own religion) who decide it’s up to them to determine what anyone is afraid of, especially Atheists. In their narrowContinue reading “What Are Atheists Afraid Of?”
This is especially funny to me because one Christmas, my sister and I (we were always treated as twins although we were 18 month apart) both received painted cookie tins filled with sewing supplies. Now I think it’s a great gift. At the time, not so much.
That I can endure a lot more than I thought I could. I don’t have to like it but I can do it. My tolerance level decreases more and more every single year. I become more vocal about things as I get older.
Oh, that’s easy. White Christmas. The movie of these same title is my number one favorite Christmas movie and it’s one of the first ones I watch every year. And every year I cry at the end. The little ballerinas in red pointe shoes reminds me of my fascination with ballet, ballerina and toe shoesContinue reading “30 Day Song Challenge: A Christmas Song with a Color in the Title”