I am one of five siblings. Actually, I’m fifth born, so maybe that means I am five of five siblings. In any case, there are five of us, three girls and two boys, born over a fourteen year span of time. The year I started kindergarten, my two sisters were already away at college. That … Continue reading Party Of Five – a love story
Three weeks ago, I wrote about adaptability and declared that on a scale from 1 -10, I am a nine. Ha! How ridiculous our words can be in retrospect. (And embarrassing if you’re foolish enough to put it in writing.) Two weeks ago, I wrote about letting things go, both physical and emotional, and for … Continue reading And We Go On
Photo by Sebastian Voortman on Pexels.com My friend’s four year old son caught her red-handed and called her out while she was throwing away one of his artistic creations from pre-school. “Oh,” she said somewhat awkwardly. “Did you want to keep this?” He replied clearly to ensure there would be no further misunderstandings, “I want … Continue reading Letting Go
I’ve been thinking about habit and adaptability this week. It started with dessert forks in the sink. And when I say dessert forks, I mean the forks with the short tines that first my mother, and now I, use for birthday cake and Thanksgiving pie. Other than those two events, I can’t say they get … Continue reading How Adaptable Are You?