I love that ability which music has to transport us back in time. Music we loved as kids reminds us of carefree moments. Sometimes of our parents. Songs from difficult times in our lives remind us that we have the ability to cope…at times we just need a little help. Some music appears to haveContinue reading “Music Albums Which Have Stuck With Me”
At different times in my life the lyrics to the Paul Simon song pop into my head. “The first thing I remember I was lying in my bed. Couldn’t have been no more than one or two” And the memory of my dad coming home late one night when we were preschoolers…waking us up…putting someContinue reading “First Thing I Remember”
We all hate how high our cell phone bills are. Still think about how much worse your our lives could be. Most of us reading don’t battle of daily with shelter and the ability to feed and clothe ourselves. While I don’t subscribe to the mind set that we should feel guilty of taking advantageContinue reading “Keeping It All In Perspective”
Tax season is like another New Year’s resolution. We have a lot to which to look forward…and so many opportunities to disappoint ourselves. I’m sure many others also spend a lot of time anticipating a chance to catch up on bills or treat themselves to something to which they’ve been looking forward. We worry about theContinue reading ““The best things in life are free, but sooner or later the government will find a way to tax them.” (Anonymous)”
At a very early age we move away from individual toys which we do not like to share (at least I know I was not much for sharing), and we move into activities we require others to truly enjoy. Reaching middle-age, I’ve been reacquainted recently with the joys of sitting with the the family andContinue reading “Where’s the Fun in That?”
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