Dad’s Last Fly Over

My Dad adored and doted on his family.  He and my Mother were married for 62 years.  They raised two daughters, my sister Debbie and me.  Dad worked as a rural mail carrier to support “his girls.”  If the budget didn’t afford us something we wanted, Dad would make it...

Ease Into Fall

Fall is here, and it’s my favorite time of year.  The new season beckons us to clear the summer clutter and get our homes ready to receive us at the end of a long day or week.  Here are a few items to take care of now so that you can relax and enjoy the changes that...

Paying It Forward

The question was posed yesterday at a meeting I attended, “What does pay it forward mean to you?”  That question was rattling around in my brain as I went to Pilates class this morning.  Right in the middle of the class it dawned on me that we all pay forward with...

Hang Ups

Did you have a hard time getting dressed and out the door this morning because your closet is bulging? Follow the one-in, one-out rule. When you purchase something new, get rid of something old. Take a hard look at what you keep. Make sure your closet contains only...