On Bullies

Our constitution affords us certain inalienable rights. It’s ironic to think that during this election cycle, one of the Presidential candidates actually is an alien. I’ve come to expect certain qualities in the people who have been deemed by their parties, to be suitable  potential leaders for this country. Being an Independent, I choose to … More On Bullies

“The Pacas are Coming!” – National Alpaca Farm Days

Well, Talk Like a Pirate Day 2016 is over and we are getting back to some semblance of normalcy,  i.e. using a commonly understood  dialect and not AAARRRRRGGGGHHHHHTICULATING in the little-used (no mystery why), limited pirate vocabulary  that comes out every September 19th around this house. I tried to give myself a  break and recycle … More “The Pacas are Coming!” – National Alpaca Farm Days

An Ode To Hope And Joy

Where there is Hope there is Joy September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. As many of you know, my husband Charley has been involved in studies at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland for over nine years. It’s been a long journey for us filled with extreme highs and lows. Years of operations, radiation, cryotherapy, chemotherapy, hormone … More An Ode To Hope And Joy

On Anniversaries and Other Life Adventures

Today, August 20th, Charley and I are celebrating our  Wedding Anniversary. He’s gone grocery shopping because he’s planning to make me my favorite meal; the first one he ever cooked for me when we were first dating – blue cheese asparagus chicken with rice and an angel food cake with chocolate frosting for dessert. Tonight … More On Anniversaries and Other Life Adventures