I’ve been out of town for a few days and as I sit at my desk this morning, the daily TO DO list facing me, I see the list of names under the words “Thank You” and know I need to get busy. Mom had a thing about thank-you. Small things like a plate … More Thank You Notes – From Bother to Blessing
Monday night board meeting. As Co-Chair of the Adult Education Committee I gave our report which is divided into What We’ve Done, What We Are Doing, and What is Planned. What we are doing now is finalizing details for the next event in November. It is when I gave that information that I got in … More Bubbie – A Cultural Education
There it was. A large size bottle of Vitamin B Complex from my mother’s cabinet, expired. And not just a month or two out of date, but well over a year out of date. Hmmmm, what to do. I hate to waste anything. I know, I’ll use it as Vitamin B fertilizer for my plants. … More The Plants Love It – My Nose, Not So Much
Maxi skirts are IN this summer and I couldn’t be more delighted. I’ve always loved long skirts. When playing dress-up as a child long skirts were my thing. Not hats, not heels, not jewelry, not even makeup. Long skirts. The last time I remember maxi skirts being popular was 40 years ago and I had … More Adventures With Maxi Skirts
“The van is here!” And, much like “Drivers, start your engines”, we were off – me, hubby, Teri, Mary, and Norma. We were part of a group of eleven who would meet up with thirty-two others for a trip to Ireland. The front door opened and suitcases, tote bags, coats and people headed out. Hubby … More The Key Is Here – Somewhere
I have this “thing” with paper shredders. If there is a way to jam a paper shredder I have done it. It sends hubby over the edge if i am shredding something and he hears the sound of a machine slowing down and working with great effort. And, heaven forbid, he hears the unit just … More Shredders Hate Me
It seemed simple. An informal sandwich lunch, a speaker, dessert. Around fifty guests. Normally the Adult Education Committee presents a speaker at 1 p.m. followed by desserts and coffee, but this speaker was available earlier and the social hall was available earlier so the Committee chose to have an informal sandwich luncheon at 11 a.m., … More We Have How Many Sandwiches?
Hubby gave me a Fit-Bit for my birthday and that was what I had asked for. My watch was looking pretty sad and I knew I needed more motivation to be active, so I asked for a Fit-Bit. Of course I had to go and look for it and choose which one I wanted and … More My Fit-Bit Says I’m A Bit Fit.
I was at Yom Kippur services with my husband and saw this poem in the prayer book. The congregation was reading something else on the page, but my eyes caught the first line and so I stopped and read it. This is OK. Rabbi often says that if you see something you want to focus … More Even Rocks Crack
It is one of those days and I’m FREE! Hubby leaves home at 6 a.m. and won’t be back until after dinner. A day all to myself. I can do whatever I want to do. No one to ask where I am going or when I will be back. No “honey, while you are you … More A Day To Myself