At the beginning of this pandemic, I had high hopes for people. Everyone seemed to be understanding and compassionate…. we were all thrown into this craziness and together we would rise above it. Encouragement flowed like wine at Ladies’ Night at the spa; support for our struggles was as sweet as milk and honey. It seemed as if the quarantine and the life thrust upon … Continue reading Masks- A Life Saver; A Life Taker
Remember how before this pandemic began that people looked down upon others in certain jobs or positions (and especially upon those without jobs)? If you didn’t have a degree you were considered worthless. I mean, really, who wants to be a cashier at a grocery store? Who wants to be the person who picks up trash? What wants to be the person who cleans the … Continue reading Who is Essential?
Here in the South honeysuckle is in bloom. I remember as a child picking them and sucking out the sweet nectar they had inside. My kids love to do the same and are so excited when the honeysuckle finally begins to arrive. The scent is heavy in the air and they pick as many as they can off the vines. Each time they are outside … Continue reading Honeysuckle for Sale