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My Personal Pandemonium

Sometimes laughter is the only means of survival!

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Torn Between Two Santas

My husband thinks he is Santa Claus.

He thinks so through the whole Christmas season. Now, please don’t ask why; no one quite knows the reason. It could be that his job is too stressful. Or it could be, perhaps, …

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Keeping Christmas Past

They had to go.

It was decided.

They were going this year.

I had made up my mind.

This Christmas, they would be gone!

I opened the boxes with intention and determination, “I think I can.  I think I can.  …

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The Day I Shot My Husband

I was minding my own business.  I really was.

My husband and I were at a convention in Louisville.  Greg was there to get Continuing Legal Education hours.  I was there to spend time in a hotel room with nothing …

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Mother of the Bride

It’s been a little over a year since I stood in our front yard on a beautiful day in September, surrounded by family and friends, and watched my oldest daughter marry her love in the delightful wedding ceremony we planned …

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Just a Little Walk in the Park

Many women are well-groomed when they exercise. I am not one of them.

I shower, shampoo and make myself up once a day. To do so more than once would be to waste perfectly good reading, writing or front-porch-rocking time.…

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I Can’t Make Up This Stuff

I was asked this week, by a lady who laughs at this blog, if I make up the things I write or if I find them somewhere.

To answer that question, let me set the stage to tell you about …

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The Simple Life

My sister suggested that I buy a subscription to a magazine called “Real Simple”. Her son was selling them.

It was written for people like me, she said. Full of organization tips for women looking to simplify life, she said. …

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