First I have To Find Them – Then I have To Stuff Them In There …

Usually, one of them, Starla, is hiding under the couch (see photo below) not on the floor, but inside the bottom of the couch. They’ve shredded it. Buster likes to play chase with me when I’m ready to get him in the stroller. He doesn’t chase me – he runs away. By the time IContinue reading “First I have To Find Them – Then I have To Stuff Them In There …”

Why Do So Few Children Catch The Corona Virus?

What have we, as adults, LOST within our immune systems that children, apparently, still have? Why aren’t our kids catching this virus? What is so special about them that no one is talking about? I don’t get it. It isn’t even suggested that children wear masks. There’s newscast after newscast about children and schools andContinue reading “Why Do So Few Children Catch The Corona Virus?”

AA Step 4 ~Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

This is probably my favorite step in AA. I’ve practiced this so regularly it’s something I do without even thinking about it. I think another way to put this step would be to write it as “Stop lying to yourself. The only fool here is you.” This step is a terrific way to not onlyContinue reading “AA Step 4 ~Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.”

When I Don’t Know What To Do, I

Stop breathing. Only for a second. I think real hard and squish my eyebrows together in concentration. And then I start the mental process of elimination – regarding the issue at hand – and I keep going until I have nothing left but one choice. Sometimes, I even have to write it all down soContinue reading “When I Don’t Know What To Do, I”