About 5 am you can hear John shoveling his driveway. He has been waiting for the first decent snowfall, this is his favorite time of the year. He is a two-time veteran -army and navy- and if he could have done it, he would have enlisted a third time but he was too old to do so. Continue reading
The Walking Dead returned for the second half of season eight, and we did not tune in. Instead, we decided to break up with the show, and we both felt relieved when we finally said it out loud. Continue reading
I have been somewhat quiet on my blog lately, questioned the sense behind it all. Blogging takes time -time that I am not sure, if I am still willing to give. Real life is waiting behind the screen, and it’s pulling me in different directions. Continue reading
The comments on my post “Rotten Tomatoes for Indie books” were both entertaining and informative.
“I never know if my reaction is because I am reading out of my genre comfort zone, or whether a book is as dire as it feels. I often buy, but get no further than one chapter in.”
I was a bouncy, happy little girl who was full of questions and laughter. The silence came later when I grew up and rooted deeper. Continue reading
We had dragged our husbands to the movie theater to watch the remake of the movie “Titanic” with Leanardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. We were sitting there with great anticipation. The lights went out and right then, in that moment of silence a guy said loud, “Oh boy, I can’t wait to see how it ends.” Continue reading
The last miles are always the hardest. That’s when we feel tired, our feet hurt and every muscle and every bone in our body aches and seems to scream STOP, but the race is not over, and we continue to run on autopilot. We pursue the race without thinking and at the end, right after the finish line, we sit or lay down and feel empty. Continue reading