No Shoes Required

So, my son and his cousins were able to ride the newly revamped, Twisted Colossus, ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain, but not me. No way, Jose, no how!! If it was just a minor face-lift or adjustment, maybe I could’ve. This roller coaster used to consist of very bumpy hills that had somewhat steepContinue reading “No Shoes Required”

Anchor or Lifesaver

(Photo from Zazzle.com) Why do I feel the need to be the caregiver to all? Is it my ethnicity? Or just in my nature? I’d say it’s a combination of both. I swear, I do this at home, work, and whenever I feel the need to step in. It’s a blessed or coursed instinct IContinue reading “Anchor or Lifesaver”

My Heart & Soul

It was Father’s Day, June 1996. My husband and I had just returned home from a late evening after celebrating the day at my parent’s house. We always had a good time when food, family and jokes were readily available. I hadn’t been sleeping well because my belly was larger than a basketball, my backContinue reading “My Heart & Soul”

Walk, Don’t Walk & a Whole Lotta Noise

Originally posted on Heart Reflections:
(Photo of NYC taken from the Ferry on the Hudson River) Recently, my husband and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in NYC and DC. We’d never been before, and of course planned out all the tourist excursions with our travel agent. We’d finally arrived and were so excited to…

Walk, Don’t Walk & a Whole Lotta Noise

(Photo of NYC taken from the Ferry on the Hudson River) Recently, my husband and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in NYC and DC. We’d never been before, and of course planned out all the tourist excursions with our travel agent. We’d finally arrived and were so excited to be in the Big Apple!!Continue reading “Walk, Don’t Walk & a Whole Lotta Noise”

The Pisgah Grande 1936

The Pisgah Grande 1936Wendy Varble : Archway Publishing. In 1936, three boys experience a terrifying encounter while camping in a deserted ghost town, resulting in unexpected consequences echoing far beyond the abandoned walls of Pisgah Grande. While camping deep in the heart of Las Llajas Canyon on Halloween night, 1936, eight-year-old Johnny and two friends,Continue reading “The Pisgah Grande 1936”

About The Summer of 1934

About The Summer of 1934. About The Summer of 1934 In the summer of 1934, Johnny Varble is six years old. He lives on a farm with his family near the small town of Santa Susana California. Johnny’s peaceful world is jolted when a stranger with a checkered past arrives to live at the farm. AsContinue reading “About The Summer of 1934”

Simple Yes or No

Isn’t a simple yes or no question supposed to be simple???  It’s never the case when I ask of a specific elderly adult, whom shall remain anonymous, and I’m not talking about my parents. It gets to the point of me feeling frustrated and irritated to where I want to scream! “AAAAAHHHHH!!!” That was meContinue reading “Simple Yes or No”

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