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?
I don't read a lot of blogs. That's partly why it surprises me when anybody more than my Aunt Neva reads this one. It's not that I don't see their value and quality, or that I think people who write them have a high opinion of themselves. They just make me nervous. Introspective. Almost every … Continue reading Wailing Walls and Tomato Sandwiches
The last couple of weeks remind me of the day I got into someone else's car and tried to start it. The ignition was in the wrong place. The seat wasn't adjusted to the way I always had it set. Someone had changed the color of the upholstery and it smelled funny in there. When … Continue reading Disoriented