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A New Year, A New Day

Do you make New Year’s resolutions?  I don’t.  Well, I don’t do it publicly.  And I’m not planning on starting now.  This post is not going to be about how I’m going to lose weight, go to the gym regularly, try to be more punctual, start giving more, eat less sweets, drink more water, eat […]

A Time to Remember

    December 7th.  A day that brings to mind Pearl Harbor.  But for me, my first thought is my mom.  She was born on December 7th, 1923.  She passed away way too young at the age of 63.  I’ve missed her every day for the last 27 years.  Of my five children, only the […]

Time Flies

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost a year since I’ve posted. I did not make my goal of 100 posts. Shame on me. I fell short by 18. My excuse? Life got busy; first there were the holidays, with kids and grand-dogs in town, and then in January I began subbing on […]

Introducing Mr. And Mrs. Middle Son

They’re married! Middle son and fiancé are now Mr. And Mrs. Middle Son. Thank God it’s over! But it was a beautiful wedding. Everything went smoothly. I only stepped on his toes about a hundred times during our mother son dance. He now has an even bigger family with his bride, a sister-in-law and her […]

Extra, Extra, Read All About It!

It’s Saturday, so I know you’re not used to hearing from me over the weekend, but I just had to post to say that the rehearsal went FABULOUS!  And so did the rehearsal lunch.  Really, really pleased that everything went so smoothly.  The slide show was a hit and the food was great.  The frozen […]

Mexicans Don’t Become Nurses

Originally posted on What Happens to Us:
The day that my mother graduated with her master’s degree, I wasn’t impressed.  I was in my twenties and still had the arrogance of youth.  I inwardly scoffed at the school she graduated from, Cal State University at Los Angeles, because I had graduated from the ivy halls…

Everyone, please help me make this person infamous

Originally posted on The Matt Walsh Blog:
Jared Marcum was arrested and charged with a crime for wearing an NRA t-shirt to his school in West Virginia. Justin Carter, a teenager in Texas, spent months in jail after making a sarcastic (yet inappropriate) joke on his Facebook page. In Virginia, a 10 year old boy…