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Letting Go

Letting Go

"Letting go"... that phrase can be full of so much meaning. Letting go of the hurt from others or failures of our own. Letting go of our children as they make their own way into the world, or letting go of parents or loved ones as they leave this earth. Letting go of...

Critical Skill Thinking and the Beyblade

Critical Skill Thinking and the Beyblade

I spent the weekend at our son's house, caring for our granddaughter, Ella (5) and our grandson, Owen (6). On Friday, we went to Target, where I bought both children a Beyblade (their newest obsession). They already have quite a few, but I guess they're all different...

Grandparents and Adult Grandchildren

Grandparents and Adult Grandchildren

This week my husband and I had the joy of a week-long visit from our oldest grandson, Tyler, who is 19 years old. It was his first visit to us on his own, without our daughter (his mom), his dad, and sister. It felt like the...

August MyMemories Blog Train

Are you ready for some fun today?  Join the designers at MyMemories in our August Blog Train!   Never participated in a Blog Train? It's easy, just follow the links provided and hop from blog to blog, where each...

What Does a Rattlesnake Sound Like?

What Does a Rattlesnake Sound Like?

What does a rattlesnake sound like? If you would have asked me last week, I would have told you I don't know. I've heard it sounds like a rattle or a hiss. Today though? Today I can tell you from experience it sounds like a cacophony of noise, not really a rattle, not...

An Outdoor Hair Salon?

An Outdoor Hair Salon?

It's no secret that the coronavirus caused havoc in our lives. Some of us are working from home when that wasn't an option before the virus. Moms and Dads have taken on the roles of school teacher. Kids can operate the Zoom software as well as they can handle their...

Can You Buy a Memory?

Can You Buy a Memory?

Can you buy a memory? I think I was about 8 years old. I remember clutching my allowance in my hand and walking three blocks to the "five-and-dime" store. I can still see, in that store, a shelf lined with glass piggy banks, that for some reason, captivated me. Maybe...

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