My husband tells me technology is a good thing. An important thing. Something we need to move forward with. Personally, I think technology is a questionable thing on many levels and a creepy thing on some.
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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
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The Great Depression in the United States began in October of 1929 and, essentially, lasted until we entered World War II in December of 1941. My Dad and his two brothers were born in the middle of the Great Depression, … Continue reading
Posted in Aging, America, Americans, appliances, Caring is Sharing, Challenges, Childhood, Christians, Faith, Faithfulness, Family, Fathers and Mothers, Friends, Getting Old, God, History, Home, Humor, Life, Love, Memories, Prayer, September 11, 2001, The Human Spirit, Uncategorized
I don’t know why, but tragedies always seem to happen in the early hours of the morning. This one was no exception; the flashing lights, the sobbing, the endless questions that may never be answered, the realization that death is … Continue reading