Posted in Family and Friends, Parenting, Teenagers, Wacky World

Forget and Forgive: Leaving Behind iPhone Chargers

imageThis is a little story about leaving behind phone chargers.  How many of you have done this?  I bet if I could magically retrieve every forgotten charger, I could stretch out the cords to lasso the moon. Continue reading “Forget and Forgive: Leaving Behind iPhone Chargers”

Posted in Mother Nature, Writing

Dear Mother Nature…I Must Voice this Complaint

Dear Mother Nature,

I want to start by saying I love you and all that you do, but I must voice this complaint from Northwestern PA. Three days ago, the calendar marked the start of spring, yet I woke to a fresh layer of snow.  Also you blew my garbage can over, again; you did that two weeks ago and caused me a lot of problems, remember?  In case you forgot, read White Trash All Over the Place.  

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Posted in Mother Nature, Sunshine and Happiness

Hello, Springtime Greens. Goodbye, Winter Blues.

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Rebirth! Resurrection! Revival! What a wonder spring is. After slipping, sloshing, and slugging through another Northwestern Pennsylvania winter, I am thankful that we woke to the calendar start of a new season. So long, Winter.  Ba-Bye!!! Continue reading “Hello, Springtime Greens. Goodbye, Winter Blues.”

Posted in Shopping, Wacky World

Is your Refrigerator Running? It was until you “fixed” it.

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After five weeks of recent Sears Warranty battles, we finally got a replacement refrigerator. The original was only seven years old but was irreparable.  I have a home warranty through Sears that I pay 39.99 a month for. In the end, I’m relieved that I got a new fridge, but this warranty has been far from hassle free.   Continue reading “Is your Refrigerator Running? It was until you “fixed” it.”

Posted in Mother Nature, Wacky World

White Trash all over the Neighborhood

March 1st, 2017, certainly came in like a lion, roaring with windstorms and drooling with downpours.  Our neighborhood was strewn with broken tree limbs and debris.  Our driveway even caught a dismembered piece of soffit from our next door neighbor’s roof. Continue reading “White Trash all over the Neighborhood”