Midlife Musings:Time to CLean the Fridge
Wednesday, April 01, 2009- By Ebie Brown
How do you know when it’s time to clean the refrigerator? I’m not referring to the occasional swipe of the dishcloth given to the outside when the multi-colored smudges become obvious enough that guests think your kids have been finger-painting on the appliance’s surface. No—I’m talking about the real deal, the scary business of emptying containers in which brand-new life-forms are evolving, and using cleansers powerful enough to erode the lining of your lungs in order to remove the mystery stains that run along the inside back wall.
The Basics of Blogging
Wednesday, January 28, 2009- By D. B. Metzger
A blog gives you your own voice on the web. It's a
place to collect and share things that you find
interesting” whether it's your political commentary,
a personal diary, or links to web sites you want to
The Glider Ride
Monday, January 12, 2009- By Joyce A. Norman
Anyone out there ever ridden in a small glider high above the earth? It’s quite an experience but looking back on this particular adventure I can clearly see that there were a lot of risks involved. Nowadays, it seems, most of us aren’t taking as many risks as we used to. Supposedly, we are in the prime of our lives and
we’ve gathered courage as we’ve matured, but I think it’s an entirely new set of
safety standards we’ve imposed on ourselves and we don’t take as many chances as
we once did.
Red, White and Bathing Suit Blues
Saturday, June 07, 2008- By CJ Golden
June is quite an auspicious month; jam packed with no less than nineteen monthly observances, twenty-two weekly celebrations and seventy-two “daily specials”. Among the more renowned are; June 6, the anniversary of D-Day; June 14 which is set aside as Flag Day; and June 18 when we fete dad by allowing him to labor over a hot and smoky back yard bar-b-que in his honor.
The Reality of Trailer Living
Wednesday, January 02, 2008- By Betty Hirsekorn
For those who think living like a gypsy with the ability to move where ever and when ever one chooses the reality can be quite different. It is great if one leaves behind a home to travel for a year or more seeing new places, meeting new people. Yet there are many complications without a permanent residence or lacking relatives, friends willing to act as a temporary address.