UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN

Today is February first. It’s a new day and a new month; however, I am thinking about the last day of January. A day filled with a spectrum of emotions. Early Thursday morning… Got up early, grabbed a cup of coffee, showered, got dressed, husband warmed the car, picked up the food for later, drove on part dry, part black ice […]

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SENTIMENTAL SWEET DAD SATURDAY

It is snowing, and I am feeling sentimental about a man who made a big difference in my life. A man who loved dogs, and living in the country. A man who believed in hard work and helping others. A man who endured illnesses throughout his life, and a man with the brownest of brown eyes. A man I am proud […]

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To a “T” Tree Thursday

On December 6th, I wrote a short story titled, Truthful Thankful Thursday. It was a story about my love of Christmas trees.  Did you know that a Gremlin lives in my attic?  Well, not really, but my husband kind of thinks the little guy exists.  To him, it is the only explanation for a large number of trees that have […]

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Sunday

Don’t you just love it when your day turns out better than you planned?  Today was one of those days. It was a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious day! It all started back on Christmas Day when my grown children chipped in and bought my husband and me a fifty-inch television. Wow! I was overwhelmed and surprised beyond words.  My youngest son, Michael was in […]

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SPARKLY SPECIAL SUNDAY

Today was a beautiful Sunday. It was cold, but the sun felt so good on my face as I did a few errands. Christmas is two days away, and I am getting more than a little excited! When I was younger, the feeling in my soul often transported me back to when I was a little girl wondering if Santa read […]

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TRUTHFUL THANKFUL THURSDAY

Today’s story is about the truth that surrounds my love for Christmas trees. First, as you know from previous stories, I love Christmas. Honestly, I believe I received the Christmas gene from both of my parents but more so from my mother. Although I decorated a few trees before Mom passed, the number has doubled and tripled since her passing […]

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MONDAY MEMORIES

Memories are a like a stroll through a familiar place where each turn resonates smiles, laughter, and sometimes tears. The little boy in the picture is my grandson, Christian. He was four at the time at the time of this picture. Christian is now twenty-two and a senior at the United States Naval Academy.  He is Captain of the Men’s […]

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