I grew up in a family of 3 girls, and we were all about the same size in our teen years. Doesn’t sound like such a big deal until you realize that we could wear the same socks, shoes, slips, dresses, etc. Perhaps this isn’t an issue for teenage boys, but for girls it is… Continue reading Whose Slip Is it Anyway?
Since I’m not a list maker or a chef, I thought I would share some advice and a couple of really wonderful sounding recipes for those of you who do know their way around a to-do list and the kitchen. Enjoy.
She was carefully taught to hate. https://bencnicholson.wordpress.com/2015/09/13/six-word-stories-the-challenge-no-6/
I don’t remember spending much time as a youngster talking about the ‘days that were’. Maybe because I hadn’t had many days to recall. As we add years to our frame (usually our frames expand as those years accumulate), we have more stories to tell, more memories to misremember, and fewer friends with whom we… Continue reading Mother Says…
It was just a cracker. It wasn’t a big deal, until it was. Who would have thought that picking up a cracker from someone’s paper plate would create a scene that small children would be banned from viewing? It never occurred to me that it wasn’t okay to liberate a morsel of food that looked… Continue reading It Was Just a Cracker!