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Geezers Having Fun

I have been busy during this pandemic year of 2020 helping with my youngest grandchildren in their school endeavors.  I teach them reading and some math. We added Bible lessons this fall since church is a no go for now. It also means monitoring their Zoom Classroom as...

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A cheerful, Chair-filled interlude

A cheerful, Chair-filled interlude

I've been working on the book about our ALS adventure.  I'd really just got into the part about Pat's fabulous chair when something popped up on Facebook that illustrates it much better than I can write. First the excerpt: The most important piece of equipment Pat...

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What a difference 7 centuries make

What a difference 7 centuries make

In the old days, specifically during the plague, some poor people were boarded up inside their houses and left to die. Now we just access the internet and there you go, you can have your far distant grandchild read to you. The story, according to her, was about a fat...

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Then and now

Then and now

I've not been posting much, or really at all, because I've been busy working on a book about our experience with ALS.  Last week, during the first of our two week shutdown I was reading Facebook as was everyone else when they weren't watching Netflix or Disney+.   ...

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Friends and Food

Friends and Food

My daughter sent me a text they were slaughtering the turkeys.  It's that time of year, when after a year of fun and fellowship, they are now going to roast and eat their companions. And they feel pretty good about it.  It's important for them to like the things they...

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Back Where I Belong

Back Where I Belong

After a two month hiatus due to lack of  internet connectivity up in Maine and a surfeit of emotional connectivity back home, I'm back where I belong. My little cabin in the Maine woods reinforced my decision NOT to be a fan of scary books and I enjoyed sitting out on...

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Hot Days Cool Streams

I'm in the sixth day of my free sample week of BRITBOX and I must admit I love it.  I like to watch Welsh shepherds on breezy hills tending their flocks. I love to listen to Monty Don as he messes with "compost" and talks about seedlings.  And of course, I'd watch...

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RENT A TEEN

A while ago, I realized it's time to de-handicap the bathroom. The VA, and you taxpayers, very kindly provided my Pat with the requiste rails, head and sinks necessary to live with ALS.   When we started the project, I think we were both worried he wouldn't live to...

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Too Darn Hot

Too Darn Hot

Thanks to EVERYONE who came to the first Literary Event at our wonderful downtown Persnickety Books which happened to also be my first ever book signing.  I don't know if I was "glowing" (southern ladies glow you know, never sweat)  from nerves or heat, but either way...

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Geezers Having Fun

I have been busy during this pandemic year of 2020 helping with my youngest grandchildren in their school endeavors.  I teach them reading and some math. We added Bible lessons this fall since church is a no go for now. It also means monitoring their Zoom Classroom as...

read more
A cheerful, Chair-filled interlude

A cheerful, Chair-filled interlude

I've been working on the book about our ALS adventure.  I'd really just got into the part about Pat's fabulous chair when something popped up on Facebook that illustrates it much better than I can write. First the excerpt: The most important piece of equipment Pat...

read more
What a difference 7 centuries make

What a difference 7 centuries make

In the old days, specifically during the plague, some poor people were boarded up inside their houses and left to die. Now we just access the internet and there you go, you can have your far distant grandchild read to you. The story, according to her, was about a fat...

read more
Then and now

Then and now

I've not been posting much, or really at all, because I've been busy working on a book about our experience with ALS.  Last week, during the first of our two week shutdown I was reading Facebook as was everyone else when they weren't watching Netflix or Disney+.   ...

read more
Friends and Food

Friends and Food

My daughter sent me a text they were slaughtering the turkeys.  It's that time of year, when after a year of fun and fellowship, they are now going to roast and eat their companions. And they feel pretty good about it.  It's important for them to like the things they...

read more
Back Where I Belong

Back Where I Belong

After a two month hiatus due to lack of  internet connectivity up in Maine and a surfeit of emotional connectivity back home, I'm back where I belong. My little cabin in the Maine woods reinforced my decision NOT to be a fan of scary books and I enjoyed sitting out on...

read more

Hot Days Cool Streams

I'm in the sixth day of my free sample week of BRITBOX and I must admit I love it.  I like to watch Welsh shepherds on breezy hills tending their flocks. I love to listen to Monty Don as he messes with "compost" and talks about seedlings.  And of course, I'd watch...

read more

RENT A TEEN

A while ago, I realized it's time to de-handicap the bathroom. The VA, and you taxpayers, very kindly provided my Pat with the requiste rails, head and sinks necessary to live with ALS.   When we started the project, I think we were both worried he wouldn't live to...

read more
Too Darn Hot

Too Darn Hot

Thanks to EVERYONE who came to the first Literary Event at our wonderful downtown Persnickety Books which happened to also be my first ever book signing.  I don't know if I was "glowing" (southern ladies glow you know, never sweat)  from nerves or heat, but either way...

read more