I recently read a review of a truck in a newspaper. When I looked at a picture of the cab interior I felt like I was looking at a living room in Architectural Digest complete with leather recliners, end tables with cup holders and a big screen television. This wasn’t even close to the trucks… Continue reading You Call That a Truck?
Between the past and the future is the moment where life happens. This poem reminds us to cherish each moment as life moves on. #NationalPoetryMonth
Memories are powerful. When they attach themselves to the things in our life, it makes it very difficult to get rid of those things. At this point in my life, I am trying to downsize my collection of stuff from more than a half century of living. I am finding that as I pare down… Continue reading The Marbles I Couldn’t Let Go
Being the youngest child in the family can be challenging, especially when it comes to passing down practical jokes. Such was the case on the farm where I grew up when my older siblings taught me the secrets of the electric fence...
In the course of our busy lives it is easy to get distracted with the necessities of life. Yet we can’t lose sight of the truly important moments that require our full attention.
It seems I always want more out of life, but can I be content with what I have instead of looking at what I don’t have?