My husband and I were still newlyweds when he was “invited” or “commanded” to attend a cocktail party at his Regional Managers prestigious home just outside of Boston Massachusets We were excited, of course, to see how the upper class lived. When we arrived were offered a drink, I, of course, accepted a glassContinue reading “Do not annoy the little woman”
My philosophy of raising children is simple. You need patience, lots of patience! And you need to talk to them. Discipline is okay, but those little people are incredibly smart, and they can reason. They remember everything, and later in life, your actions to and for them will bite you in the ass. You, rightContinue reading “Bigger, Stronger, and Smarter, but not necessarily in that order!”
Will Rogers, who died in a plane crash with Wylie Post in 1935, was probably the greatest political sage this country has ever known. Enjoy the following: “Ten men in our country could buy the whole world and ten million can’t buy enough to eat.” – Will Rogers “It takes a lifetime to build a good reputation,Continue reading “Will Rogers”
I would love it for a reading room!
All of those suggestions are good for the soul.
Now you’ve done it! Chocolate pie, and whipped cream with more chocolate!
There are those that see the handwriting on the wall! One tribe doesn’t care because they have an exit strategy, and the other wants to fight to preserve. It is a toss-up who wins.
Interesting! Food for thought! Sometimes growth just for growth is not the best growth.
Ohhh! This looks wonderfully tasty!
This may very well be true, but I hope with the right motivation we can change the course of our lives.
Now you are talking! Love it! We used to make ice cream at home and vanilla cookies for invitation-only “Ice Cream Social!”
It is too bad that when we encounter a new name we do not take the time to lead the proper pronunciation. If I sounded it out right it has a better sound, although Kenya is okay. It is beautiful with the mist and snow.
I am not a religious person but I believe there should be a lot more reason used in faith!
I have never had Sushi, and I confess, I have no desire to try. I will admit this does look good.
Making your own toys is no confined to African children. Growing up as poor as dirt we made many of our own games and played them with the same gusto. Many skinned knees, scraped elbows, and more. The great story grabbed me and held me, would love to read more.
I kinda expected Juliet to step out on this balcony.
I started following you recently and look forward to more of your stories and maybe re-visit some I have missed.
These do look Gorgeous, and Yummy!
It looks like a lot of work for a small snack unless they are bigger than they look.
This is wonderful. I will have to make it a point to see it when I get back to Seattle.
I have never been a fan of split pea soup, but this looks good.
That waterfall is beautiful! So peaceful and tranquil! A great place to read a good book or just contemplate the universe!
Why are you tempting me this way?
Many years ago when I was a fresh faced Real Estate Agent! I had my heart set on a new car. I worked my little tush off earning money, and it was burning a hole in my pocket. The fact I was driving clients around in a pale blue Volkswagon bus was my motivation. MyContinue reading “So you wanta buy a car, sweetie?”
Telling the truth should be second nature. I had a motto in my 30 years of Real Estate: Do the right thing because it’s right! People don’t always want to hear the truth, but it kept me out of trouble.
I love your blog, and this one cracked me up, a little. Thanks for posting.
Been there and done that! Hated every minute of it. I wish anyone had told me I could flavor the God-awful drink! But I am now healthy and have pictures!
This looks too good to pass up! I like rice, my hubby likes fried rice, and he makes it for me.
I am a noodle/pasta girl! These dishes look great. I have to be careful with the deep green veggies, but of course, love them.
This is good! It is something to think about. Thanks for posting.
I love to read poetry, but confess I do not always totally understand. I have no talent for it, except rhyming.
Interesting quote. S