Peach Cobbler for Breakfast – Surviving a life-altering event. Sheila Moore Thornburg Dobbie lived the experience of loss, came up with a plan for survival and achieved her recovery. Peach Cobbler for Breakfast is a story of love and loss. It is laughter through tears and overcoming fears. It is indescribable grief and pain beyond
My niece called last night very upset. She had taken a break in her hectic holiday preparations to spend the day devoted to her neighbors. Her thanks for all her efforts was a simple “thank you” and the door slammed in her face. Neighbors on both sides of her had had babies within the last
BRONZED NOVEMBER To have something bronzed means to preserve it by dipping it in a mixture of tin and copper. Bronze is also a color defined as yellowish brown or reddish brown to olive. All of these definitions describe November; therefore I will color this month in my imaginary coloring book bronze. The last remnants
MYSTERIOUS BEE HIVE COLONY COLLAPSE IS EXPLAINED The fun of having a blog is that I can express myself freely. No committee to choose the topic or editor peering over my shoulder, I can say anything I want without being told what to write or how to write it. So, here it goes… I write
Pumpkins, jack-o-lanterns, candy corn, apples, bobbing for apples, bonfires, hayrides, kids in costumes begging for candy, spooks and spirits, witches, and folk lore all are part of Halloween. What a strange holiday this is, but where did it all begin? Come with me on a short historical journey to discover the beginnings of this holiday.
No matter the odds, it is always within our nature to make the best of a difficult situation and continue to lives our lives to the fullest.
According to the Dispatch article and the Kaiser Family Foundation, today’s kids are spending an average of seven hours and 38 minutes a day, or more than 50 hours a week, watching TV, playing computer games, or on the computer.
What a strange world Amish country must have seemed to a kid accustomed to high def TVs, computers, cell phones, and microwaves.
NOTES FROM THE POND This is my version of Walden Pond where I discuss life in and around the pond where I live. The observations include everything from the animals with fins, fur, and feathers around our pond to society and the world as I see it. Like Henry David Thoreau, I march to a different drummer and