Monthly Archives: November 2009
Today started out much like any other day, except for one thing. I almost chocked to death on my bagel this morning. As I stood at my kitchen sink trying to dislodge it, it wouldn’t budge. My husband and brother-in-law … Continue reading
Thank you Tom, the turkey, Thank you Yam, the spud, Thank you pumpkin, the pie, Thank you friends and family!
As I read the blog entry of Tim Higgins over at Just Blowing Smoke, I had my own AhHa memory. My story begins in August of 1980. Even though I lived 2000 miles away from Toledo and my parents, I … Continue reading
I’m not really into this OH/MI game today, but for all you sports fans out there, half time score 14 Ohio, 3 Mi. Maybe I would enjoy the game if I had time to watch it, but I don’t. It’s … Continue reading
Have you had the misfortune of getting a cut lately? Did you reach for your box of band-aids? Who is the inventor of those little miracle bandages? His name is Earle Dickson and he worked for Johnson & Johnson. So … Continue reading
In one of the most celebrated battles of America, William Travis, Davey Crockett, Jim Bowie, and other heroes of the Alamo sacrificed themselves on March 6, 1836, to help win Texas’ independence. They bought time for Sam Houston to prepare … Continue reading
It’s important for your community. Be counted!
Don’t go by the title of this post, it might confuse you into thinking I mean this strike zone! And no, I’m not talking about this strike zone either. I am talking about this strike zone.I have enough other places … Continue reading
When is old to old too hold certain jobs? Is mandatory retirement good or bad? With the economy the way it is today, is it fair for those in jobs with over 35 years of experience to hold onto those … Continue reading