Category Archives: Humor

Surprise!

We were at my childhood home in Whippany, NJ and had just said good-bye to family friends. Almost as soon as we closed the door, there was a knock. It was our Pastor’s wife and her daughter…from Florida. To say … Continue reading

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A Public Service Announcement

  Today, the day I write my blog, is Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday. Today I will be elbow deep in Turkey, not the country, just the bird. For that reason, I will make this blog short and sweet…just like me. … Continue reading

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I Am Not 600 Years Old…

I only look that way sometimes. Okay, a few weeks ago I announced, “Well, I’m 60 Now” and I am. However, towards the bottom of that post I said, “And so began my grand entrance into my 60th decade.” Oops. I … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Attitude, Blogging, Challenges, Decades, Discipline, Fairy Blog Mothers, Family, Friends, Getting Old, Growing Up, High School, Humor, Life, Math, Students, Teachers, Teaching, Turning 60, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Stories of a Little Man

It was a very early morning, 5:00 a.m.,  and I went across the street to our daughter’s house to watch the supposedly sleeping children while she drove her husband to the airport for a business trip. I was about halfway … Continue reading

Posted in Childhood, Children, Coffee, Disney, Family, Generations, Grandmother, Grandson, Growing Up, Home, Hugs, Humor, Life, Love, Moms, Prayer, Talking, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Caring is Sharing

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 | 1 Comment

Mini – Micro Vacation

A week ago Thursday, Cliff and I went on a mini vacation to South Carolina to attend the wedding of my best friend, Cheryl’s, son. We flew out on Thursday night and flew home on Saturday night. Mini indeed, but … Continue reading

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Well, I’m 60 Now…

My parents were married on January 10, 1959. I was born on October 18, 1959. Can we say, “honeymoon” baby? Yes, we can. My dad’s favorite joke every year on or around my birthday is… “Well, your Mom and I … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Banking, Birthdays, Challenges, Drive - Through, Embarrassing moments, Family, Fathers and Mothers, Getting Old, Honeymoon Baby, Humor, Life, New Beginnings, Senior Moments, The Human Spirit, Turning 60, Uncategorized, Women | 2 Comments