Joe came over for dinner last night. I had never even met him before, but we had a great time and I really didn’t want him to go. Joe is from Egypt, and he works for a “rent-a-tech” company that assigned him to our little community hospital to work as a medical technologist for three […]
The craft stores are filled with letters! Today I had a day off to head out of town and do some shopping…mostly a trip to the Apple store to get some phones repaired. But I can never resist a trip to Michael’s or Hobby Lobby!
At the State Fair, my son’s tastes tend more toward the extreme entertainment than walking through the sheep barn. Here he is at the top of this crazy ride, and if his eyes were actually open he could probably see the whole city flying by.
Still 300 high school students and other passengers missing from an overturned ferry in South Korea. My heart goes out to the parents and families. The kids had been heading to Jeju Island for a four-day trip on a school holiday. They were students from Danwon High School in Ansan, which is near Seoul. It’s […]
This threshold may not look like much, but it is the beginning of a new life for my friend. She signed papers on this house, is renting it for now, and will close in June when her divorce is final and their house is sold. She’s already making plans to turn her dining area into […]