On a recent sunny day, I went to the drive-through carwash to clean the dust off my Prius. I pulled up to the gate and rolled down my window to put in my preference and pay. Touch screen to begin, said the instructions. I touched the screen, and nothing happened. So I touched it a… Continue reading Getting Old
For the first time in almost a year I feel hopeful. We are not out of this Covid crisis yet, but progress is being made. More and more people will get vaccinated in the coming months, including our school employees and other essential workers who need it desperately. With each vaccination, we are one step… Continue reading Flutters of Hope
I want to talk about poop — specifically dog poop. Normally this is not an issue in my life. When our granddog Molly comes to visit, we always take the little green poop bag with us when we go for a walk, just in case she decides to grace a neighbor's yard. But out here… Continue reading Doing What I Can
Words of Joy are all around me as I plow forward into 2021. My fellow writer Kay Whately is planning on delving into all the verses in the Bible related to joy on her blog. I received a festive mug from my friend Lisa that proudly proclaims Joy across the front. And on one of… Continue reading Finding Joy
This Christmas season, despite the inconveniences of Covid, I don’t want to miss a thing.