Fall means change and nothing shows change quite like colors in leaves. From years past I’ve pulled a couple of pictures that show the season’s beauty in southeastern Oklahoma. See more leaves of change at https://lingeringvisions.wordpress.com/2020/09/29/festival-of-leaves-2020-week-2-walnut-tree-in-my-back-yard/
It’s an emotional day. I have to say goodbye to you, ending our relationship of more than 30 years. I’ve depended on you for decades. You know my secrets. You were there when I struggled through tough nights, and you danced with me when I soared through easy days. It’s difficult to end a relationship… Continue reading Farewell, Goodbye, So Long, Old Friend
We are such creatures of habit and heaven forbid if one has to alter a well-established routine. It takes a long time and a great deal of frustration just to change the time of day when we take our medications. It’s the mundane tasks that are entrenched in our psyche: when and how we brush… Continue reading Why Change A Habit?