Recently Honey and I have been decluttering the basement in preparation for finishing it as another living space at some point in the future. We’ve made great strides with getting rid of all the stuff we just don’t need anymore. Something tells me that if we haven’t unpacked the box in the almost 3 years… Read More Decluttering your history.
When my grandmother died a couple of years back, my niece gave a beautiful eulogy. She told the story of when my grandmother was a young woman and she was learning to use a typewriter. Remember in those days, there was no backspace or spell check; If you made a mistake, you put in a… Read More Keeping the Past Alive: It’s Story Time!
“Can I sit on your lap?” my 50 pound six-year-old asked. I often wonder if people in my life mistake my soft-spoken voice, calm exterior, and friendly demeanor as evidence that I am comfortable being a ‘good mom.’ “…sure..?” I may have hesitated, but before I had the chance to react my son draped himself… Read More Learning to Touch