The last day of November is here. Writers are scribbling words at a furious rate in a final push to win NANOWRIMO. Whether you “finished” or not, congrats to you. Your dedication is inspirational. Cuckoo, but inspirational. Speaking of Cuckoo, all November we hear about gratitude from every direction. Generally, the gratitude expressed is heartfelt…… Continue reading 20 Weird Things I’m Grateful For
I started this post thinking I’d give you some statistics about Thanksgiving Day in America. A surprising discovery led me down a different path. I had fun doing the research for this one. Enjoy this virtual Thanksgiving meal road trip. The Statistics The first Thanksgiving was in 1621. 50 pilgrims and 90 Wampanoag tribesmen attended…… Continue reading A Virtual Thanksgiving Meal Road Trip
I’m tired of all the school grounds name calling that is done in the name of “discussing” politics and speaking up to protect us. Name calling is an attempt to bully or diminish someone with demeaning language. It is the least effect means of “discussion.” So I’ve decided to issue a challenge to all name…… Continue reading To All Name Callers: Improve Your Insults (AKA Words Are Fun)
After recovering from the fright in part one of Terror in the Tent, rolled with the punches of an adventure punctuated with discomfort and unpleasant surprises.
When I was kid summer vacations were about getting away from home. I grew up in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio cities. Often childhood family vacations were trips to visit grandparents and aunts and uncles. In my teens, my family chose the adventure of camping. But sometimes the adventure turned into terror in a tent. Photo…… Continue reading Summer Vacation: Terror in a Tent