Gifts for friends and family are purchased throughout the year and held for today’s event. I open a bottle of wine and pour a glass to the rim. No one is watching for proper wine-drinking etiquette. Surrounded by a plethora of wrapping paper choices, ribbons, bows and my glass of wine, I dive into the task at hand.Read More »
It appears that WordPress in all its wisdom has decided to change the look of the Reader feed. I can understand their desire to provide us with more material to scan, but I, for one, am struggling with it. I guess I’ll get used to it,Read More »
On this Thankful Thursday, I am grateful for Hubby and I being in a position where we can help our daughter through a very tough time in her life.
Three of our grandkids came yesterday to decorate our Christmas tree, as they do every year. They seemed particularly happy to do it this year, even more so than in the past. I can’t pinpoint why exactly, but they had a grand time and decorated the tree with great efficiency and speed. Maybe the gingerbread cookies helped a little. Along with me not making comments and reminiscing Read More »
A couple of days ago, I posted about some of the lovely people who came into my life for a brief moment. (Friends I’ve Yet to Meet)
Yesterday, I not only met someone who is skilled at his job, but provided fabulous customer service.
We noted a scratch on the hood of the car we purchased recently while it was still on the sales lot. The salesman told us to Read More »
This morning, I had a wonderful conversation with an elderly woman in the checkout line of Target. In the short time we were together, we bonded over our lack of height (she is 4’9” and I’m 5’1-1/2” tall), being short-waisted, and sitting in restaurants with our chins almost meeting the table. We discussed the pros and cons of online ordering—excellent way to shop, but there are some things you simply must touch and see in person first. As we moved along the line, Read More »