The rush is on. Santa is over feeding his reindeer, polishing the shiny nose of Rudolph, frantically getting the gifts to be delivered in order, and wondering how many toys, clothes, electronics, and do-dads will fit in his ever-increasing sized sleigh. And down on earth world, the lucky ones are buying more goodies so no… Continue reading There is Enough
I follow a blog, Time Goes By, written by a 77-year-old woman who has been studying and writing about aging for 25 years (https://www.timegoesby.net/weblog/2018/10/two-excellent-stories-of-youth-and-elders-together.html). It is a great read and if you are interested in what is going on in government and society regarding the elderly, I highly recommend her contributions to the subject of… Continue reading Bridging the Age Gap
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?
Cee has the most interesting challenges, and this Share Your World inquiry sparked my imagination. Here are my answers to this week’s questions. What was one of your first moneymaking jobs (other than babysitting or newspaper delivery)? Since my parents owned a couple of weekly newspapers I delivered papers for many years as I was… Continue reading Cee’s ‘Share Your World’ Answers
Once again I’m pondering the reasons why I blog, what I want to do with my blog, and specific goals for cyberspace communication. This is an uncomfortable exercise for me, because I’m more of a ‘seat of my pants’ planner. Setting goals makes me accountable, and who wants to be held accountable at my age? I… Continue reading Why Do I Blog?
Dream Big is a fav or mine, so check it out.
This post by James Radcliffe ignited a fire within me to better understand the importance of blogging and the community I want to nourish. Thanks James.
Thank you Amy at Insights from the Edge for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award. Please visit her blog and enjoy her delightful writing style. You will be glad you made her part of your reading day. http://amypunt.com/2016/01/27/versitile-blogging-award Rules for this award are the following: Thank the person that nominated you and include a… Continue reading Versatile Blogging Award
Originally posted on A Simple, Village Undertaker:
Playmates, security detail, alarm system, pillows, white noise generators, alarm clock. Yup, dogs can multi-task. ?
After reading a couple of blogs today, I had an epiphany (the topic of one of the blogs http://joanneeddy.com/2016/01/06/epiphany-on-the-wisdom-of-the-unexpected/?c=1467#comment-1467) about my ‘real’ name (another blog topic). So I decided to write a bit about both. The epiphany came when the writer asked ‘what is your real name?’ It’s a question I’ve fiddled around with for many years,… Continue reading What is My Real Name?