Questions and Answers

Chapter 8 After Grace left, Miss Georgia plopped down in the chair she had vacated, scooped Elmira onto her lap and, absently mindedly stroking the cat, willed herself to calm down.      “I’d no idea I would be the subject of conversation around town,” she told Elmira. “Did you? I mean, my goodness! Don’t people […]

Life’s Mysteries

Life’s Mysteries

I’ve noticed something in the last few years. In fact, I’ve noticed several things for which I have no answers. Why, for example, is the print on any kind of label so small? It would take a magnifying glass to read it. Or, maybe it was written for little, tiny elves, with little, squinchy eyes?  […]

My Point of View

My Point of View

  Just between you, me, and the fence post, I am tired of intrigue and secret maneuvers and people pretending to be what they aren’t. It seems to me that all this running around in circles trying to figure out who one is and what one is, all this bending rules, and saying, “It all […]

Why Is the Sky Blue?

Why Is the Sky Blue?

Tell Me Why We don’t understand and ask how can it be? Is there a reason behind all we see? I wonder about lots of things. “Why” is always on the tip of my tongue. You have your own list of whys. The older I get, the more I wonder. Some of my whys are […]

A Lot of Questions But Where Are the Answers?

A Lot of Questions But Where Are the Answers?

  A question this morning: why is it so hard to talk to people about the really important things? Small talk is easy but how about asking someone what they believe about God or Heaven or why they vote as they do? Are we afraid of being rebuffed? Do we not want to make anyone […]

Lessons Learned From Nemo

Lessons Learned From Nemo

I like to think I’ve taught Nemo a lot, but I know for sure I’ve learned many lessons from him. These are only a few:     Food is good. It is to be enjoyed without guilt or worry about calories. Relaxation fuels the body, mind and spirit; any place is a good place to […]

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