Life as a Miracle: Graduation Day

Life as a Miracle: Graduation Day

This is a tale of a recent graduation ceremony. Not mine or Larry’s, but of a young man of great worth to us. Especially Larry. The young collegiate had pulled himself up by his bootstraps, sort of like his ‘Uncle Lar.’ He was/is someone to love,...
My new addiction is Amazon Prime

My new addiction is Amazon Prime

I’m afraid I have to report: in 2019 I succumbed. To Amazon Prime. Its convenience, its speed, its spontaneity… and, unfortunately, its service to my impulse. I want it, I need it, I see it, I get it. In Primetime.¬†Pronto! WIth a credit card with its...
Seamstress No More, No Matter Anyhow

Seamstress No More, No Matter Anyhow

I used to sew my own clothes, but not anymore. The talent – the time – is gone. I’m a Boomer-aged eyesight disallows threading a needle and I don’t wish to make more wrinkles in my forehead from fret. I feel like an antiquarian. I used to make...
New Year’s Resolution, Version 1.0

New Year’s Resolution, Version 1.0

Last year I flew to Indiana twice. One time the air travel was bumpy. The other time it was not. Interestingly, the first trip went smoothly, serenely between the plane there and the plane ride back… Conversely, the second trip’s air miles were smooth,...