Monthly Archives: June 2013

Can You Hear Me Now?

The lack of others listening has been on my mind the last few days. It seems that everywhere I turn no one listens to anyone else. I don’t mean as in not listening to advice; I mean as in not … Continue reading

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Emotions

We all laugh and cry at some things. I saw both yesterday. It was the last day of school. A line of children were walking down the hallway to the bus area, and one of them who knew me, stopped … Continue reading

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Hungry

If you’re hungry and you don’t eat, does that mean you’re dieting or you’re too lazy to get up and walk to the kitchen?

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I TOLD You They Could Talk

My sons have told me all their lives that my pets can’t talk to me. They say it’s nice to know I think the pets can talk, but they really can’t. Recently I’ve watched my female cat teaching my oldest … Continue reading

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Technology – I CAN Do This

Do you believe it when younger people tell you seniors are “out of the loop” when it comes to technology? What I believe that it really is, is that they have given names and labels to various parts of technology … Continue reading

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Cooking Dinner

I cooked a pot of chicken and pastry for dinner tonight. Our newest pet, Joy, who will soon be three years old, laid in the floor by the stove guarding the pot as the food cooked. I went back in … Continue reading

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Friday at Quitting Time

Nothing feels good like quitting time on a Friday afternoon. Driving home I tried to add up how many hours we get in a weekend. Then I tried to determine what fractional part of a week that is. It turned … Continue reading

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