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From the files

April 23, 2013


Decided to pull out the poetry files and share then I have to get back to the books. Finals tomorrow! You didn’t break my heart, only bruised my ego. You made me cry, not because you left, but because you didn’t have enough faith in either of us to give it a chance. I was […]

Just Popping In To Say:

March 28, 2013


Huggles! Donica

Learning as I go…

August 1, 2012


Some days I feel like I belong on Worlds Dumbest People. I have a “smart phone” that took me forever to figure out. I still don’t know every little thing about it. My husband was the computer Guru and when my desk top died earlier this year I had to find a decent replacement–which I […]


May 3, 2012


Welcome to May! More changes to my personal life have occurred. We recently said goodbye to our Ruby, the PT Cruiser. It was time unfortunately. However, I have welcomed my new baby, a 2011 Dodge Caliber in Mango Tango orange. I LOVE my new car! It’s so beautiful. I miss the sunroof of Ruby, but […]

Age and Decline

February 10, 2012


As most of you know, I am my grandmother’s primary care provider. She has a dementia disorder and is slowly declining. In my quest to be the best care provide I can, I have pursued and consumed any and all books I can find on the subject of dealing with the elderly dementia patient. Before […]


October 5, 2011


This will be my last post for a while. I’m temporarily shutting off my Internet access–I’ll be back after October 11th. But since this is my last time online for a while, I decided to share something I received my Aunt Jo. Some of these apply to me–I’ll let y’all guess which ones! Have a […]

You know it’s going to be one of those days when…

September 19, 2011


If you’ve been a follower of mine at all you know I suffer from horrible, terrible, REALLY bad insomnia. With recent events this has only escalated. Now I lie awake missing DH, worrying about the move, mentally decorating the new place or running through the checklist of what must still be done. Last night was […]