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To the Four-Year Old Gagging on Overcooked Brussel Sprouts

Posted on 11/29/2013 10:35:55 PM

I remember vividly those overcooked Lima beans that Great-Aunt Maisy forced my sister and I to eat before we were allowed even a sip of milk. My great-aunt's words still ring in my ears, " There are starving children in Africa who would beg to eat theses beans." To which my intellectual, wry-witted..

A Case of Intense Cruelty for Fun and Profit

Posted on 10/25/2013 02:25:42 PM

The adults quickly realized what was happening as they signaled the mothers with their young to split off and go in another direction; the adults would try to pull the pursuers away from them. All around them, bombs were going off, swift motorized vehicles with men throwing the bombs produced frig..

SENIOR BLOG – HELP! I’M TOO OLD TO LEARN BLOG-ESE!

Posted on 08/31/2013 07:26:37 PM

Senior Blog for My Senior Years Welcome to Senior Blog – my new toy!  Two months ago I was an ordinary, 66 year old grandmother with a passion for writing.  I’m still ordinary, I’m still 66 and I’m still a grandmother – but what was a passion for writing has b..

I HATE SMALL TALK: SOCIETY’S FILLER OF EMPTY POCKETS OF TIME

Posted on 08/31/2013 07:15:27 PM

  Why do I hate small talk? I’ll get straight to the point and illustrate  by way of an example. It goes something like this ‘Hello, Ma’am. How are you today?” asks the caller, whose name appears on my call display as “unavailable”.  The hairs at th..

“My Bump”

Posted on 08/27/2013 09:51:54 AM

Guess who’s back? Back again? Weird Amy’s back… Tell a friend. This post comes long overdue, and was inspired by another pregnant friend’s response when I told her I would need to bring my “baby bump” to her birthday party dinner. Of course, I must also give p..

The Sandcastle

Posted on 07/30/2013 10:53:03 PM

While visiting the beach, Son #1 and I decided we would build a grand sandcastle.  Quickly, we threw on clothes and ate breakfast.  Then, we sprinted to the beach like Calvin and Hobbs carrying our shovels and pails.  Son #1 scouted out a good location and began to dig.  I kne..

The T-Shirt

Posted on 07/25/2013 01:23:13 AM

While on vacation at a gorgeous beach get away, our little family wound through the streets looking for a place to eat.  Son #1 trotted ahead with his dad while Son #2 toddled beside me holding onto my finger.  We stopped to look in windows and ponder our options.  Were we hungry ..

Jalapeno Sauce

Posted on 07/10/2013 08:19:04 AM

  For the sake of this post, I titled it, "Jalapeno Sauce" to avoid confusion and to prevent any love loss from Google search engines. What I really want to call this is: Hallowpeenyo Soss I think it reflects my silly personality and adds a catchy title, yes? I'm not a fan of things that are to..

A Baby's Prayer

Posted on 06/30/2013 01:54:40 PM

Son #2 is learning to pray before he goes to bed.  Last night, we read from a devotional book as the boys ate berry cobbler at the kitchen table.  After worship, my husband prayed.  Then, he asked Son #2 if he wanted to say his prayer.  Son #2 babbled and smiled. Our boys clo..

The Runner

Posted on 06/29/2013 11:25:28 PM

Lately, Son #1 really likes his privacy.  When he was a toddler, I naturally helped him bathe.  Now that he is six, he prefers to wash his hair and body independently.  I'm grateful because it is one less thing that I have to do. This morning's shower time was like any of the othe..

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