‘A’ year to forget?
Apr01

‘A’ year to forget?

Photo by William Warby. I recently read a blogging challenge to blog “A to Z” through the month of April. A few days later, an old friend and blog follower contacted me by email to make sure I was still alive. It was kind of rotten of me to announce my cancer recurrence and surgery, then fall off the face of the earth! So, with those two moments aligning, I’ve decided to take the challenge. I’m a writer and I...

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Moving mountains

I have been thinking about posting almost every day for more than a week now. I didn’t want to leave things hanging with the bra post. I was ready to move on to a new topic. But I just couldn’t figure out how to post. Or what to post. I had lots of thoughts, I just couldn’t get myself together enough to post them. I am not even sure I can now, but I’m going to try. The bra meme on Facebook had me quite...

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Singing da blues

I had a meltdown today over issues entirely out of my control, which is generally the source of all good meltdowns. The best part was Andy’s mom is here visiting and she is on day two of the most vile stomach virus known to humankind (at least this winter). I’m not sure what it officially is called, but it’s worse than H1N1 because you continue to live through it. It’s not swine flu. I call it the feline flu....

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One more day …

Ok, I think I will be back in action tomorrow. This is a lame post. Merely trying to keep my 21-day commitment. This is like walking to the mailbox when I committed to exercise every day.

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So, today …

I have thought about 150 times about blogging, but I just don’t know how to put it into words. Today sucks. I don’t think I want talk about it. Maybe tomorrow, I will have something more to say.

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Flooding in Terre Haute

I’ve come to understand in the last few years that life has an extraordinary way of shifting gears, throwing everything into reverse, or shooting to high speed, in a matter of moments. I woke up this morning to a phone call from my older sister trying to track down my parents – at 7:30 a.m. Soon, the other sister was on the phone, then mom, briefly. There was serious flooding in Terre Haute, but mom felt they were fine. In...

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