SoCS: The Green Day

Ye lads and lassies… It’s The Green Day. March 17th. The Feast of St. Patrick. The day when everyone is Irish. What does The Green Day conjure up in my mind? Corned beef and cabbage, or “boiled dinner” as my German parents called this dish. It’s a favorite once-a-year treat and I’m trying to figure out where I’m going to go to get me some for dinner. Green beer and a green river in Chicago. “No” to the green beerRead more

Keeping Balance

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” ~Albert Einstein Not to worry, Albert…I’m moving: To work, to home, to the grocery store, to visit mom, to church, to yoga and the gym, and various other locations. And balancing: Work, home, shopping; work, home, mom; work, home, church; work, home, gym; work, home, paying bills; work, home, feeding cats; work, home, cooking and laundry; work, home, whatever. But I’m not on my bike. JustRead more

One-Liner Wednesday: Flies

“Time’s fun when you’re having flies.” That’s what the frog says. Considering a schedule that’s been busy and will continue to be through the month of December, I’d consider a little down time with Kermie. He can catch flies and I’ll catch my breath. Consider heading over to Linda G. Hill’s blog page. Click HERE and check out Linda’s weekly One-Liner Wednesday challenge series. Feel free to join in on the fun and tag your post with #1linerweds.Read more