Seastar to the Rescue

Seastar to the Rescue

Today is short, quick and to the point! I’ve unpacked 40 moving boxes and still haven’t found my toilet paper. Of course, I could go to the store and buy more.  But that would defeat the theory that I know the “next” box is where I packed the TP.  TaDaaaa!!!  Nana Seastar to the rescue!!!!! … Continue reading

The Amorous Anole

The Amorous Anole

Hey there, bright green anole Did I catch you flirtin’ with me? Givin’ me that big blue eye What a reptilian cutie pie! Shiny scales fitting you like a glove, Your cheeks are blushing the color of love! Huh? That’s not what you mean your dewlap to say? What you really want is for me, … Continue reading

Time Warner Makes Me Cry

Time Warner Makes Me Cry

This is NOT a ground breaking post. We all know dealing with Time Warner is a nightmare! More on my adventure, tomorrow.  Unless I’m still on hold with “Rosa.”  

Left Wing Liberal Feminist Post

Left Wing Liberal Feminist Post

Title of the post says it all.  Feel free to not read if you’re not in the mood for a short, left wing, liberal, feminist sided post, about abortion. This is James Dobson, founder of conservative Christian group, Focus on the Family. And yes, he has a zipper across his mouth! A 77 year old, … Continue reading

A Wasteful Duo

A Wasteful Duo

The second installment of “Waste Not” deals with our old friend and nemesis, money. I’m not a big spender. But, where I do tend to spend and then create waste bleeds into my third “Waste Not”  thought, for the New Year, which is to waste less food. That’s my shortcoming.  I either buy food at … Continue reading

Waste Not Want Not

Waste Not Want Not

Yes, it’s a mere 8 days into the New Year and I’ve finally figured out what I want to try to improve upon, in the remaining 358 days. The overall goal is to be LESS WASTEFUL. Obviously, this is nothing revolutionary.  Except for the fact that this year, I’m approaching it with a plan that … Continue reading

Shalom

Shalom

Shalom, from both Kitty and myself.  Shalom is a Hebrew word meaning “Peace.” It’s a noun, a thing; which means when given the opportunity, can come into fruition. This is the verb SHALAM.  It means to restore, or to be complete, or in a state of wholeness. When one finds themselves “at peace” they usually … Continue reading