Out of the Norm
Normal” must be one of the most underrated words in the English language.
I had forgotten how hard it is to get any work done with a new little one in the house.
You’re In Luck
When we had to change our summer vacation plans to see family due to COVID-19 and social distancing precautions, I went on the hunt.
America The Enduring
We the People of the United States have endured a year of despair; but don’t despair, for we have endured.
Auld Lang Syne
Now that I’ve thought about it, instead of kicking 2020 to the curb, I’ll gently nudge it out the door. Thanks, Mr. Burns.
One Day at a Time
She picked Clemson, for those who were wondering. Whether or not she will get to attend in the fall remains to be seen.
The Covid Cut
Sharp scissors and too much time on my hands reveal a little known consequence to quarantine
One day blurs into another during this strange time we’re living in.
Party of Five
My husband texted me when I was at the store buying a few things prior to a family weekend getaway. “Grab some cheap ponchos just in case it rains,” he said.
Some Days Are Better Than Others
The good and bad days are the ones we remember, but it’s the Tuesdays that teach us the difference.
Mud Puddles, Pride, and Spandex
When you’re deep in the first one, you can only hold on to one of the other two.
I’m one of those people who have a hard time asking for help.