March 7, 2020 Hello Friends! It has been months since my last post. I started working part time and life just became challenging. I thought about getting back to posting about all that happens in the world around us.... but something was holding me back. So here I am sharing my thoughts with the world.… Continue reading New Normal
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Happy New Year Friends! I hope all of you had a wonderful New Year's Celebration. Most friends my age, typically stay at home. It is funny that as we get older, we worry more about our safety. My birthday happens to land December 31st - my dad always tells me… Continue reading Welcome to 2020!
It’s been about a year and a half since I retired from education. Many of the projects I planned were put on hold because of serious health issues that took a toll on me physically, mentally and spiritually. I look at my calendar/planner and flip through all the past months and see how life and… Continue reading Life Interrupted
Happy New Year Friends! 2019 came so fast. As we grow older, the years seem to fly by. I've read that it is a part of the nature of life for time to accelerate as we age. I see that more and more. I always start the new year older...by that I mean literally older.… Continue reading New Year…New Beginnings
When we were young children, we sometimes scraped our knees while running outside with friends. I can vividly remember falling off my bike and landing on the asphalt and tearing up my knee. I thought I could ride my bike without holding the handle bars. Okay.... I admit it wasn't smart. A boy in our… Continue reading Scars of Life
Friends... My life has been CRAZY lately. I've been traveling all over. I was in New Mexico, Iowa, and Colorado in a span of 30 days. I've been in a state of constant change. Change is hard when you are not ready for it. Three days ago, I received news that my Uncle Al passed… Continue reading Life Changes in an Instant
Living geographically close or far doesn't change the love we feel for one another. Family love is much stronger than miles on a GPS map.
I am going to be real. I've come to a point in my life where I am truly happy and content. I'm saddened by the fact that it took me 51 plus years to finally be at peace with life and the world. Granted the world is crazy today, but I have no control of… Continue reading Live in the Moment
My thoughts about Chestnut Square... Mission Statement Celebrate Community, Preserve History, Inspire the Future Imagine being able to walk back to a time when life was different – no technology, no FB 😳, no convenience stores, limited transportation, no fast food restaurants, no microwave ovens, no ATMs and the list can go on. I… Continue reading Chestnut Square: McKinney’s Hidden Gem