Live Like You’re Dying

My dad always told me to live each day as if it were my last and one of these days, I’ll be right. While it has wisdom in it, it’s a gloomy way to live when you’re young. As I get older, it seems a better mantra to think about. Several things in the past […]

Make a List

My mother-in-law was known for making lists for everything. When the kids were young, she had a list for loading the boat before we left in the mornings. She had a list of things to pack in their camper when they headed out to Bismarck Lake each summer. She had a list of what to […]

I Like New Cars

This past week, I realized how easily I get spoiled. During the cruise, it was having all my meals cooked and ready for me to eat; having my bed made and my room cleaned without any effort on my part; and having the bathroom seemingly clean itself. I could get used to cruise life very […]

Don’t Tell …

As children, were there times when you did something you either knew you shouldn’t or had done accidently? As you stood there, your heart pounding knowing you were in BIG trouble, did you turn to your siblings or friends and say, “Don’t tell my mom and dad!”? While I was mostly a good girl, I […]

Women in Groups

Recently I’ve been thinking about all the groups of women I’ve belonged to over the past 50 years. It ranges from girls’ softball teams to literacy councils to just friends enjoying each other’s company. For some of the organizations, men were invited but seldom joined. It was just as well. A group of women can […]

Don’t Lose Your Marvels

I’ve been seeing more and more ladies my age and older with pink, green, or blue hair. It seems to be a trend in my part of the world. At first, I thought it was strange, but the more I thought about it, I think it’s a sign of someone who is fun-loving. There’s no […]