Monthly Archives: October 2010

Misery Has Company

Part of our Florida trip was designed to include visits with my husband’s sister. Upbeat and funny, my sister-in-law (SIL) has always been one of my favorite people. Bob and I thought bringing Mom to her place on the west … Continue reading

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Supernatural

The preponderance of horror/fantasy entertainment in our culture at the moment is striking. Consider how many vampire vehicles there are (I’m a Truebie myself), a genre which also tends to include werewolves and other exotic creatures of the night. Then … Continue reading

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False Alarm

Sometimes doing the math can be deceptive… Continue reading

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Oh crap.

One of the few pleasures I have when I’m down here in Florida is swimming in the pool. It’s not exactly Olympic-sized, but it’s convenient, refreshing and situated right on the Intracoastal. And as any care-giver worth their salt can … Continue reading

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Drowning in STUFF

A post-middle-aged woman embarks on a journey of care-giving for her aging mother and learns that one can truly drown in a sea of accumulated possessions. Continue reading

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