Not Nice, Nana

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Recently I had the opportunity to bake banana bread with my granddaughter, Charley Kay. Her parents were away at a youth event with their church, so Nana and Pop Pop were called up for service! We are always excited when we get to spend time with the baby and we wanted to make every moment count.   Per her request, Charley Kay wanted to make banana bread with Nana during our time together. So, like Read More …

A Lesson from Jessie

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When my children were younger, we decided it was a good thing to adopt a pet for them. We wanted them to develop their love for animals and learn responsibility. I was not prepared for the emotions we would go through, however, as we encountered sickness, death, and plain “sick to death” of some of these pets. Meeko the Cat was the one we desperately needed another home for several years ago, and thankfully she Read More …

March of Gratitude – Day Eleven

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Moving along (and catching up) I find myself on day eleven of my March of Gratitude, and the writing prompt is “impactful movie” – but I am stretching it a bit to include a television series – particularly, Seinfeld. The 1990’s sitcom “about nothing” is really a lot more like life than nothing. It is not a show is one I would label as “impactful” but it is one that relates to our lives more Read More …