I am an advocate of The Great One’s adage, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” I hate missing out on new experiences. I don’t like when people victimize themselves over situations/reactions within their control. I take issue with people who say they can’t do something, when (barring living without oxygen) virtually anything is obtainable with enough … More Whims
I had to rewrite this introductory paragraph because, in writing this post, I’ve realized that I don’t think I actually get homesick. I miss Dave and Barkles when they’re away, but others, not so much. I can only assume it’s because they’re the only people (+ dog) I communicate with through physical touch. I never … More Memory Lane
Let’s talk about Texas, shall we? As you (hopefully) know by this point, my parents moved to Waco, Texas at the end of June. I was nervous for my first visit. I hadn’t exactly heard rave reviews about the place. I couldn’t even really find much in the way of online reviews of things to … More Everything’s Bigger
What do you get when this blogger leaves on back-to-back trips? Neglect. I’m back now, my few but much appreciated readers. And I’m ready to provide the briefest report to you now, followed by a couple of lengthy, photo-ridden laterposts. At the moment, I’m still trying to dig myself out of those post-vacation blues. Some people are thrilled to … More Back from a Back-to-Back
June has been a month of great change for me and those closest to me. I’m not certain that I’ve learned a lot from it, but what I have learned is this: We get to live a lot of lives in the one life we’re given, and that’s pretty cool. Life Tip #5: Change can … More Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes!
It’s human nature to miss something or someone not there. We can’t help it. We crave that feeling they elicit, that feeling liken to coming home after a long time away. Often, when I travel, I come across something so special that I have ‘til we meet again dreams about it until that blessed day … More Eat Your Heart Out
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