Who doesn’t like a blazing campfire? There’s something about chairs circling the radiating warmth in the cool night air, golden marshmallows toasting on a stick,
The tagline under the title of this blog states, “Full-time RV life – random, moody, and quirky – but always straight from the heart.” I
Some brush it off as, “Bullying is part of life. We all go through it.” Unfortunately, that is true, but it’s still no excuse. Bullying
I spilled coffee on my MacBook Pro. The scream of pure terror, regret, and irritation at my own clumsiness was desperate, loud, and bone chilling.
It’s an honor to be nominated (or challenged, in this case) by one of my favorite bloggers, Julie from Chickery’s Travels. I don’t usually accept awards
Okay, that’s sort of cheating. The end of the A to Z Blogging Challenge is here. At first, I doubted my ability to finish the
A favorite family memory of ours (besides the sock story) that gets retold over and over happened on a Sunday late in spring when Mom
When I was around the tender age of nine, the Sonny and Cher show aired. It was the early 1970s, and my parents thought
“I’m not doing the dishes. It’s not my turn!” Sean’s voice was louder than he intended, but he was serious. “Dad said you were supposed
Time is one thing that keeps moving despite natural disasters, economic hardships, or simply wishing it to slow down. It is unstoppable. The seconds, minutes,
My husband and I are downsizing. In fact, we are getting rid of EVERYTHING. We are finally realizing our two-year plan to start living in
I’ve been spending a lot of time with dead ancestors lately–all of those relatives who have passed a long, long time ago, but still have
Warning: This short story (fiction ) is very dark and contains graphic violence and adult situations. It’s out of character for my “normal” upbeat and
Annie Patterson, adorned with knit hat, work gloves, winter coat, and garden rake, walked from the back of the house to her sprawling front lawn.
My great-grandmother had a mantra that she followed unwaveringly, “It is in poor taste to express an opinion about politics or religion unless asked.” However,