All the goodness and the heroisms will rise up again, then be cut down again and rise up. It isn’t that the evil thing wins – it never will-but that it doesn’t die. John Steinbeck
Making everything merry and bright!
I love this clever idea that was part of a book display at the library.
On my very crowded back burner is the plan to cover some of my books in solid colors. I think they will add some serenity to my bookshelves.
A future post someday!
They sold the company?
I couldn’t believe it when I heard the news in mid-November.
The company was sold and everything would close on December 31st.
In six weeks, I would be out of a job.
Then to add insult to injury, the company decided to close on December 14th. Continue reading “I lost my job…”
I never took shop.
Until a few years ago I did not know a flat head screwdriver from a phillips screwdriver. Nor did I care.
Now as a widow, I find that knowing a bit more about all of the things that make my house stand up and my car go are worthwhile.
When a problem arise, I do my best research and then at some point I go for it. Continue reading “Pain Point 1”
Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither.*
An estate sale
My friend called to tell me about some wonderful sheets that she found at an estate sale near my house. As you probably know, good sheets are terribly expensive. Well worth the price as they last forever, but still a shock when first purchased.
Thinking that it would be great to find some inexpensive but nice sheets for my two adult sons and their families, I went to the estate sale. Continue reading “Naked Came I”
Belle is an old dog of unknown heritage, beloved by my son.
He and Belle found each other in the months shortly after my husband/his father died. Continue reading “Belle”
The pop up on my smartphone was timely.
“Reach out to a friend” was the reminder from Google that I programmed a few months ago. Continue reading “A Google Prompt”
We have what we seek. It is there all the time. And if we slow down and be still, it will make itself known to us. ~Thomas Merton* Continue reading “We have what we seek”
I think people need to celebrate the positive.
There are issues.
Let’s tackle them together as opposed to ‘he said, she said.’
And how do we get back to focusing on growth?
That is what everyone in this business wants.
~Maria Kaplowitz, 4A’s CEO, speaking to Ad Age.
You don’t have to be in the business world to do positive, good work.
In our instituations, government and social arenas, there is work to be done.
It’s easy to be sidelined by the negativity that seems so prevalent today.
I plan to keep my eye on the ball and move down the field.