This Thankful Thursday post comes a day late because yesterday we were road tripping over to Atlanta. Brooke and I had a long but fun trip into town. Brooke woke me up at 5 am today telling me had to get up and ready to get in line. Apparently the line for entry into the Troye Sivan concert started at 2 am. I’m crazy but not that crazy. We waited until 10 to get in line. Still, I m… Read more »

Last week I wrote the first Thankful Thursday post as a part of a November series that I will be publishing on Classical Bohemian. This week has been hard. I’ve been battling against fatigue and have felt further worn down by the Presidential election. The reactions of Clinton supporters to Trump supporters has been pretty disturbing. Friends have said they don’t want to hear from me. I did not vote for Obama, but I never acted or spoke to his supporters… Read more »

election day 2016

Here’s an idea. Let’s take an animatronic woman of questionable character against a reality star billionaire and make them run against each other in an American election. Sure, that sounds like a funny tv show, but let’s take it up a notch. Have them run for President! We can make one of them under investigation by the FBI and then pull out twenty years worth of outrageous quotes taken out of context. It will be great.   Oh, no, people…. Read more »

Welcome to the first post in this November series that I am calling Thankful Thursdays. If you have never tried a 30 days of thankfulness exercise, I highly recommend giving it a try. Some people post their daily thanksgiving on social media, but you don’t need to do that. Just make sure that every day you write down one thing that you are thankful for in your life. If you are not in the habit of noticing and acknowledging the… Read more »

    Monday was Halloween, and there were costumes, candy, and spooky decorations all over town. On Tuesday morning, I woke up and went outside. Halloween was over and gone. The only trace of Halloween remained in a bowl on my kitchen table and in my yard. Every sign of Halloween vanished from my neighborhood by 10 am. What in the world happened during those ten hours? Is everyone in the neighborhood outside at 12:01 taking down the Halloween decorations… Read more »