Last week, I told about our dog’s mischief along with winter and summer adventures. This fifth post in the Tell a Memory Tuesday series begins with Autumn of 1977. Steve began another year of teaching. My friend, Sandy, asked me to take care of […]
Month: May 2019
Life: Experiencing its Fullness Every Day
In December of 2015, I participated in a Free Write session with a former writing group. I had forgotten about that piece of writing until I came across it recently. It expressed some of my desires about life. Live Fully Aware I am alive […]
Adventures: A Puppy’s Antics and Baby’s Seasons
In this fourth post of Tell a Memory Tuesday, I’ll share the antics of Mel, our mischievous puppy and share winter and summer adventures.
Treasures: Beauty and Peace on a Farm
In last Tuesday’s memoir post I wrote about the birth of our first child, Sara. This past week I spent some time at her place, Edgewild Community Farm, to help out while two of her kids were sick. There was plenty of time to get […]
First House, New Puppy, First Child
We had to call our friends to pick her up, because Steve needed to be with me. They had never met my mother, and we had no way of letting her know. This was before cell phones. They left to meet her, armed only with a picture. Eventually they found her and made it to the hospital while I was still in labor.
Wedding Day Remembrances
I do remember we stopped on the opposite side of the road to hop out, run across the footbridge and get into our car. This made it almost impossible for anyone to follow us. But I don’t remember actually getting into the car, though of course we did!