Author Archives: Not That Big a Deal

About Not That Big a Deal

Roxanne has a gift for writing and making people laugh. She enjoys sharing both with as many as she can.

The Necklace…A Story of Faith

I know a lot of people that are going through difficult times right now. All of us have been there in some form or another. Whenever I feel like life is overwhelming, I like to remember what the Lord has … Continue reading

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Pop, Crackle, Snap!

Contrary to the title, this is not a dyslexic commercial for Rice Krispies Cereal. This is the story of cauliflower, a microwave, a couch cushion, and a very patient man. Fun fact, the word “cauliflower” derives its name from the … Continue reading

Posted in appliances, Attitude, Challenges, Family, Food, Gratefulness, Home, Home Improvements, Humor, Husbands, Life, Marriage, Short People, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

I’m Not Getting Older, I’m Getting Bolder

Remember the old Clairol Loving Care hair color commercial back in 1971? It told women everywhere that if they used hair color they wouldn’t be “getting older” they’d be “getting better.” Obviously women (and men) have to get older, because … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Blessings, Challenges, Change, Christians, Courage, Dads, Fair Skin, Family, Fashion, Freedom, Humor, Husbands, Husbands and Wives, Life, Love, Marriage, Memories, Personalities, Personality Tests, Teachers, Teaching, Tribute, Uncategorized, UPS Store, Words | 7 Comments

Our Genealogy of Dogs…

Our dog journey started when our youngest daughter was 4. Our youngest daughter is now almost 35. I am currently reading through the Bible and have discovered that our list of dogs is almost like a biblical genealogy. It goes … Continue reading

Posted in Animal Kingdom, Animals, Bible, Children, Compromise, Courage, Death of a dog, Dog Personalities, Dog walking, Dog Walking Tips, Dogs, Embarrassing moments, Grandchildren, Humor, Husbands, Husbands and Wives, Life, Marriage, Old Dogs, Uncategorized, Veterinarians, Yellow Lab and Treeing Walker Coonhound | Leave a comment

The Week That Was…

Hello, my friends ~ It’s been a heck-of-a week, but that’s another post for another time. Suffice to say, I am recycling a blog from days gone by. A blog of another week, that was a heck-of-a week. I hope … Continue reading

Posted in Children, Family, Humor, New Jersey, The Human Spirit | 1 Comment

Painting…Old Lady Underwear…Full Coverage Friends

There’s nothing like company coming to get projects done around the house. We have two rooms that desperately needed a fresh coat of paint and a nephew coming to visit in a few weeks. So, we painted. Two rooms. About … Continue reading

Posted in Caring, Christians, Friends, Gratefulness, Home, Home Improvements, House Guests, Humor, Life, Marriage, Painting, Renovations, Uncategorized, Where's Waldo, Women's Underwear | Leave a comment

An ‘Unmasked’ Theory

In the past, I have made a concerted effort to write my posts with as little controversy as possible. However, I have a bone to pick, an ax to grind, a score to settle, a crow to pluck, call it … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, America, Americans, Challenges, Disney, Disney World, Encouragement, Face Masks, Fashion, Hope, Humor, Life, Short People, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

“The Only Thing We Have to Fear…”

Remember the boogey-man? When I was a little girl, the boogeyman was real. Scary movies convinced me that he was lurking under my bed making me even more afraid of the dark than I already was. When I went to … Continue reading

Posted in America, Attitude, Beach, Boogeyman, Bugs, Challenges, Childhood, Christians, Courage, Fair Skin, Family, Fear, Florida, Gingers, Growing Up, History, Humor, Life, Memories, Red heads, Sisters, Uncategorized, Vacation | 1 Comment

There Are Places We Remember, In Our Lives…

Though some have changed… …Some have changed a lot. Fortunately, we still have some men and women from the Greatest Generation to remind us of what was important then. To remind us what is still important now. They are the … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, America, Americans, Attitude, Challenges, Change, Childhood, Childhood Home, Children, Christians, Decades, Differences, Family, Fathers and Mothers, Generations, Getting Old, Grandchildren, Grandfathers, Growing Up, History, Home, Humor, Life, Memories, Moms, Remember, Senior Moments, Teachers, Teaching, The Greatest Generation, Uncategorized, Wisdom, World War II | 1 Comment

You Can Go Home Again

Recently, my husband and I went “home” again. Not the home we share “now,” we go there everyday. This is the home we shared “then”… After a brief apartment stay, this was the home we first lived in after we … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, America, Blessings, Childhood Home, Children, Christians, Cousins, Family, Florida, Friends, Getting Old, Gratefulness, Hearing Aids, Hiking, Home, Humor, Life, Love, Memories, New Jersey, Uncategorized, Vacation | 2 Comments