Hopefully they're fair and equal; considerate and caring; respectful and honest. When true they will never wear out and always persevere in the end. Something you can exemplify, hold onto forever, sleep with at night, and wake up and still have in the morning. You can even pass them on for generations to come through … Continue reading Sidenote #13-Reap What You Sow….
Two days ago my mother retired from the company she worked at for 20 years! This is significant for many reasons. She was actually hired on a day before my 16th birthday, March 6, 1997. This occurred 7 months after my dad died. It was a day of deep relief from the burdens of grief, … Continue reading A Tribute to My Mother on Women’s Day…
I want to thank Cheri, https://joyouslyhopeful.com, for nominating me for this award. I admire you as a person and I am so grateful to have found your blog and this community! My life has been more hectic lately so I have not been able to keep up on reading others blogs as much as I would … Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award-Brutally Honest or Lighthearted?
My father's parents not only used abusive means for trying to subdue my father's misbehavior as a child, they also used restrictive practices to try to prevent him from being left-handed. I am not aware of all the tactics they used to try and divert him from using his dominant side, but they constantly, as … Continue reading (Sidenote #10-Being a Southpaw…)
The following is something else I wrote when I was a teenager. It is the poem I scribbled for my dad after he died, and it was used as the inspiration for his funeral eulogy. My mom reminded me of this just the other day. I can recollect writing a poem, and my mom's friend … Continue reading Sidenote #8-My Dad (A Poem)
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