Monthly Archives: November 2010

Favorite seasons

I’m sure that when asked what their favorite season is most people would say summer. Not me. I do not like heat. I do not like relentless sun. I do not like all the extra traffic and kids out of … Continue reading

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The Shocking Truth

With the cold fronts and lack of rain come lower humidity. In Texas we’re used to lots of it. Humidity volumizes my hair, while frizzes my sister’s and my daughter’s. It makes heat unbearable, but it lowers static electricity. (There … Continue reading

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Best Place to Read

When I was a kid, I could read anywhere. My favorite place was in bed, after my two younger sisters were asleep. I would hook my top sheet into the upper bunk springs and make a tent, then turn on … Continue reading

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The Eyes Have It

As I lay in the dark this morning, contemplating getting up, I try opening my eyes. Nope. They have ten-ton weights holding them down. Although my brain begins to ideate, my eyes do not agree that it’s uppie time. So, … Continue reading

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Nellie

Although 0urĀ 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager has over 195K miles on it, she still looks sleek. We bought it in 2001 in order to travel from Santa Cruz, CA to Johnson City, TN for a family reunion, and we haven’t stopped … Continue reading

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The Morning Walk

This morning I resumed my morning walk, wearing sweatpants, short-sleeve polo, ankle weights and hand weights. It stormed last night as a front came in, north and south clashing again, so I almost turned around to change into a long-sleeved … Continue reading

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