About MeI am a daughter, sister, wife and aunt who has always loved a good yarn.
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Tag Archives: Everyday Life
It’s fascinating how things come back around in our lives, undulating like ocean waves. I read a lot of books in 2016 and I was having trouble keeping track of them all. Originally, part of the purpose of this blog … Continue reading
I call the number and after four rings, voice mail picks up. I leave a message and attempt to hang up, but the screen of my smart phone is black and unresponsive. I push the power button, which usually wakes … Continue reading
Last Saturday, after collecting a small satchel of paper, pens, books, and a camera, I kissed my husband on the forehead and announced, “I’m off on an adventure! I’ll be back when I’m done.” I left him with a bewildered … Continue reading
Last week, I smashed my finger in the sliding door of my minivan. It was late. I was tired. All I wanted to do was to get home from work as soon as possible. It happened so fast: I hoisted … Continue reading
We spent last weekend at my parents’ home in the Ozark hills. It was a glorious time for celebrating with family but also for the amazing display of color in the forest’s canopy. I know that words and photos will … Continue reading