Toppling the Towers: Destroying is Easier Than Building
Several years ago, I babysat for a couple of toddlers who sported contrasting temperaments. One was methodical and liked to build tall towers with blocks. The other had a flamboyant … Continue reading →
Women Together at Last?
This weekend (according to THE NEW YORK TIMES) as women gather in Washington, D.C., and in state capitals across the nation to be seen as a unified force, disagreements surface—starting … Continue reading →
Lies That Kill—Your Pets
Lies are a popular subject for discussion these days—how badly the consequences of lies injure the gullible as well as those who simply can’t escape the results. Unfortunately, we eventually … Continue reading →
More Dopey Women? Not.
Recently my husband and I watched the film WHISKEY, TANGO, FOXTROT on DVD. We weren’t expecting much. The trailers had led us to anticipate a slapstick comedy about women gone … Continue reading →
Tech-Dependence Betrayed Me!
How proud I was to be able to make Christmas dinner without power! Too proud. “Pride goeth before a fall…” This past week, the southern part of Colorado was smooshed … Continue reading →
The Dinner That Almost Wasn’t: Finding Alternative Routes
You have a favorite route to work—the fastest, easiest way, a way you could almost drive in your sleep. And then it happens. You’re moving along, assuming once again you’re … Continue reading →