So this is where we are now? We're all to be judged by the worst thing we've ever done, said or thought. It doesn't matter our good deeds, intentions or accomplishments....oh no....the things we've done that others considered wrong should determine our legacy and cancel out everything else. Are we really prepared to take this … Continue reading Judged by our worst
PJ's prompt for June was The Notebook. Ideas didn't come easily for me this month. Probably, because I don't really use notebooks much anymore. And, I could only come up with four ideas instead of the suggested five. Notebooks do come in many forms as a way to record thoughts or organize information. I remember … Continue reading June Photo Challenge: Notebook
Hmmm.....we may have a problem planning an escape route. Blog hopping with Comedy Plus for Wordless Wednesday.
Yesterday, on a cold January morning in 1958, a young woman became a Mama with her first daughter. I'm told there was lots of snow and my dad was trying to keep the driveway clear for when it was time to head to the hospital. I made my debut at 9:10am at seven pounds something. … Continue reading Six life lessons
Happiness isn't complicated. It is a humble state of gratitude for simple pleasures, tender mercies, recognized blessings, and inherent beauty. ~Richelle E. Goodrich Last week I had to cover for an employee who went on a well-deserved vacay. A job at which he is exceptionally good, but I don't particularly like doing as it involves … Continue reading Tender mercies