She doesn’t like hats. I try to put them on her little moppet head. She pulls them off. I tell her she needs a hat to keep the sun off. She ignores me and chews on her hat. I give up and put a different hat on her head, tying it quickly below a baby … Continue reading A Walk with Winnie
I just drove by you. I waved, but I don’t think you noticed. After all, you don’t even know me, but I feel like I know you. I see you sitting by your garage on dusky nights when I’ve worked late and I’m trying to get home before dark. You've pulled your folding lawn chairs … Continue reading The Perfect Art of Passing Time
When I went through menopause (Yes, I am that old.), I went through temporary insanity. There, I have confessed it. First of all, I was so young, I could not figure out what was happening to me. Paranoia held me captive. For some reason, I thought everyone was out to get me. I became incredibly … Continue reading How Much Are You Loved?