Five Things  I Gained on Vacation

Five Things I Gained on Vacation

My husband and I traveled out of the country for two weeks, something we’d been unable to do for three years. As you may know, travel is our thing. We felt confined during the protracted homestay, like criminals on house arrest. Though none of us humans did the...
Existential Ennui

Existential Ennui

Existential Ennui. Do you feel it? Does it exist? Holy Crap! I swear I never want to read the phrase again – I will gag if I see it in print. I will elect an out-of-this-world experience… for the perp who writes it. It’s become the most overdone word...
Aphasia is not an April Fool Trick

Aphasia is not an April Fool Trick

As you may recall, Constant Reader, this is a Boomer blog, though my posts aren’t always humorous. Nor the posts confined to Boomer issues. But today’s blog is. Today’s topic may be a concern for you… maybe not, but it certainly is for me....
Thirty Days in the Hole: COVID-19 Homestay

Thirty Days in the Hole: COVID-19 Homestay

On March 15 we began a requested 15-day homestay. Perhaps because we began with the live-streamed worship service and adult Sunday School service of our church, we were filled with peace and joy and good spirits.¬†Perhaps because that’s our constant life mode...
What Makes You Cry?

What Makes You Cry?

The intersection between what you desire and what your God desires is the provenance of the happy dance. There’s no denying the zen derivative: a pleasurable, peaceable life. Heaven bound. But where and what’s the map, Honey Be-doers? (anyone here a...