One year ago today, before the New Year’s fireworks started, Danny and Tori were married. Happy Anniversary and many many more. I wish them all the success and happiness in the world. Today was another day of waking up late. John’s working at the hotel for a very long day. I need to poll the adult children to see (1) if we have anyone over … Continue reading Happy Anniversary!
I just find them so relaxing – and I’ve found a new use for sock yarn, LOL! I have decided to forego all sock knitting. Just cannot get behind it. I know that’s anathema to my fellow knitting addicts, but there you go. That’s me. If I’m buying beautiful yarn, it’s NOT going on my (or anyone else’s) stinky old feet. That’s what long skirts … Continue reading Scarves – a whole bunch of ’em
This was my first attempt at steaking. I understand why people like to do it, but it is nervewracking to say the least. A friend of mine got a teddy bear for Christmas, so I thought I’d make a sweater for the bear. It’s easier and even smaller than baby clothes, so I figured why not? It came from scraps of wool I would have … Continue reading Silly way to spend an evening, but I like it…
All of us in this country give lip service to the ideals setforth in the Bill of rights and emphasized by every additional amendment, andyet, when war is stirring in the world, many of us are ready to curtail ourcivil liberties. We do not stop to think that curtailing these libertiesmay in the end bring us a greater danger than the danger we are trying … Continue reading And Remember, We Were Fighting for Our Lives Then!
Bob Breszny says: “There are still places in China where plagues of locusts periodically descend in Biblical proportions. A few years ago, farmers in the region of Xinjiang fought back, gathering an army of 10,000 chickens in anticipation of the invading hordes. The bird soldiers were trained for two months, and when the showdown came, they acquitted themselves admirably. This vignette is an apt metaphor … Continue reading New Horoscope
“The Christian religion not only was at first attended with miracles, but even at this day cannot be believed by any reasonable person without one. Mere reason is insufficient to convince us of its veracity; and whoever is moved by faith to assent to it, is conscious of a continued miracle in his/her own person, which subverts all the principles of his understanding and gives … Continue reading A Terminal Case of Cute or ‘Nothing You Could Do Could Make Me Untrue To My Guys…."