Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com At work, when we reference an experience that happened at another employer, it is a common lead in to say, “In my previous life…” As with most people, I have segmented experiences within my life. There’s my life before MOH (19 years), my time at my first job (17 years), … Continue reading In Another Life
It was a muggy Sunday morning in July 1999. My son and I walked out of church and climbed into an oppressively hot mini-van. “Mom,” he complained loudly. “Let’s get going. It’s soaking hot in here.” I took the opportunity, as many parents do to say, “When I was a kid… we didn’t have air … Continue reading How Do I Live Without Air?
A caterpillar is not a butterfly. A hare is not a rabbit. A generation of kids learned from Mr. Green Jeans that a zebra is not a horse in striped pajamas. And no matter how much a Mercury Capri wants to be a Ford Mustang, it simply is not. So let me be clear to … Continue reading A Cucumber is NOT a Pickle
Photo by Atul Choudhary on Pexels.com People love to listen to music. And after my blog last week on musicals, I have had discussions with several people about different music genres and periods. I’ve also been accused of spreading earworms. I feel the pain – I’ve had a few myself. The Hamilton musical songs are … Continue reading Play It Again, Sam