Only one (1) more day can I wake up with the comforting thought, “Obama is still my President.” On Saturday morning I will not be able to think that, and that thought alone makes my chest grow tight and breathing becomes difficult.
I believe in the power of energy, words and thought so I try to keep my thoughts, my words and my energy positive and upbeat. I try to concentrate on all the beauty in this world, on all the wonderful people there are here (and by here I mean all around the globe).
Then I open my email and receive this: Continue reading
Tragedy strikes again.
People’s lives changed forever by loss.
The same old arguments ensue. Blame Continue reading
This morning, (at the time I began writing this) a friend posted something on Facebook that reminded me of a topic I wanted to blog about earlier (I get sidetracked easily)…I will post the link to this blog to her Facebook post Continue reading
In this cool old book, “Buckeye Cookery and Practical Housekeeping” the preface starts off with “Fortunately it is becoming fashionable to economize,” In my local community, in the past couple of years, there have been several events started that aim, or aimed, at helping homemakers learn how to economize while creating a pleasant home experience. “and housekeepers are really finding it a pleasant pastime to search out and stop wastes in household expenses,” Are they really? Is it a pleasant pastime or is it a necessity? I think in today’s economy, most homemakers would claim it to be a necessity. And evidently, it is a long lived necessity and one that is even profitable. If it weren’t such a popular topic I doubt that Martha Stewart could have built a financial empire on it and that FlyLady would have been hard put to follow in her footsteps. Up-and–comer, Rachel Ray, is on the scene with an ever increasing popularity in those interested in cooking. “and to exercise the thousand little economies which thoughtful and careful women understand so readily and practice with such grace.” Continue reading
I had to create a “Health & Politics” slot…with this being an election year there will be many blood pressures rising, mine among them.
We need to be vigilant, ladies and gents, because if we aren’t, we will be surviving in a wasteland where very little can “live”. The latest threat I’ve read about (just this morning) is an attempt (I hope unsuccessful) to strip millions of acres of federally protected public (yours and mine) land Continue reading