"Where are you Christmas?" " Why can't I find you?" goes the song. In writing this I am not suggesting that I am the only person on earth feeling this way. I am merely reflecting on how I feel this Christmas and the memories from Christmas's past. This picture of Mom was taken the Christmas … Continue reading Where Are You Christmas?
It's been dang near 2 months since I posted on this site. Here's some stuff to catch you up on whats been going on in my wacky life this summer. Let's start around the first of May when I went temporarily insane and bought a little red sports car. Yup, a 2005 Honda s2000 Just … Continue reading The Summer of Sixty Five
The day you came into the world Sam Bond, you made it a better place. Now I didn't meet you for another 25 years, but you changed my life and my world as soon as we got together. Ordinarily I wouldn't be caught dead dating, let alone marrying a guy that was 5 years younger … Continue reading The Big 6 – 0
How do you say goodbye to a companion that has been with you through thick and thin over a period of time that your whole life was in transition. From the day Waylon came into our life, we experienced Kidney transplant surgery, two cross-country moves, countless trips to Mayo Clinic (yes the dogs came with … Continue reading HOW DO YOU SAY GOODBYE?
It was the second day of Spring, March 21st and I was feeling really great, thinking I might actually be getting lucky ( if you know what I mean) so I went out to do my daily walk, when I received an email from said person saying he was going to chicken-out on that, oh, … Continue reading A Message From Sam
"The tragedy of old age is not that one is old, but that one is young"Oscar WildeWhen I was a child, I had the notion that it would be cool to be older. You know drive, have a job, have a husband, have kids, and drink. Not that I ever did a lot of drinking … Continue reading On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow Up!
We who have suffered a loss do get weary, the grief makes us weary and with all the turmoil going on in the world, sometimes it is more than we can bear. With the holidays here it brings memories of happier times and those damn Christmas Carols playing "I'll Be Home for Christmas" and the … Continue reading Try A Little Tenderness