Several years ago, before COVID temporarily wrecked summer camp for kids, I was the Snack Shack Lady at junior camp in the woods of western Oregon. In case you've never been in contention for that job, it is a highly coveted position, especially if your husband is the camp R.N. and you get to sleep … Continue reading What Makes Them Tropical?
The 10-year old computer has gone belly up. I am plunking this out on my phone in the app which I do not trust as far as I can throw it. And so, dear brethren, we temporarily suspend operations until a new computer drops out of the sky. There are still some pretty fun posts … Continue reading Belly Up
If I can't give anything else to my children at the end of my life because I've spent it all on puppies, plants for the yard, and train trips to baseball games, what I can give them is a love story. It's the only one I've ever truly known so I can't say whether it's … Continue reading Valentine
Don't laugh. I'd never be able to save your life by driving you to the hospital if all you had available for us was a manual transmission car because I can't drive a stick. So if you're feeling on the verge of a major health crisis and have me on your guest list for a … Continue reading Shifting Gears