Tag Archives: Aging

Kids Say the Darndest Things

Some things never change. Decades ago Art Linkletter penned the book, Kids Say the Darndest Things, using quips from the children on his show, Art Linkletter’s House Party. And kids today still say the darndest things, as several tykes recently … Continue reading

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The In-law Cometh

She only came to help, to watch the grandkids for a few days while Son and Daughter-in-law (henceforth referred to as THEY or THEM) enjoyed a time away. She didn’t mean to mess up things, it just happened. It began … Continue reading

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The Sunset Years

I’m still the “me” of childhood, although Hubby and I are entering the sunset years. Yes, our hair is gray and our bodies tire a bit quicker these days, but who we are on the inside still feels like the child … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Ponderings

Low gray clouds in winter usually means snow, or at least a few stray snowflakes floating by. But today’s clouds only brought rain and warmer temperatures. There’s something about a dreary rainy day that makes me contemplative. Perhaps it’s the … Continue reading

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Tick-Tock Goes the Clock…Maybe

One can never have enough clocks in the house. And the amount of enjoyment a clock gives has no relation to its ability to actually keep time. Several weeks ago we were given a mantle clock that originally belonged to … Continue reading

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The Vigil

“To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven: A time to be born, And a time to die…”                                   … Continue reading

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July 4th Fireworks: Here Tonight, Gone in an Instant

It’s official, Hubby and I are senior citizens…and continuous junk mail from AARP confirms that fact. Hubby and I often look at each other and shake our heads in amazement. How did getting old happen so quickly? Where did all … Continue reading

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