This was supposed to be a full book. As I am currently home with Hospice care for stage 4 cancer I'm uncertain as to whether or not I'll be able to finish, and publish. So... without further ado, I'll publish what I have done right here, right now and will add chapters to it as … Continue reading Deconstructing Tracy
I've always been blunt, and my humor has always been kind of dark. It's just the way I am. It's how I've coped with life since I was a kid. I am not about to change now. This is not a fun blog post for me to write and I don't imagine it's going to … Continue reading Stage Four
I grew up in the affluent New England town of Ridgefield, CT. My parents moved there in the mid 1950's when land there was cheap, and they built a house. This was shortly after they got married and didn't have kids yet. The land they built on was once part of a 300 acre estate … Continue reading Downesbury Haunting
When did we go and get all entitled? I feel older by the day now saying stuff like, "When I was your age," and "When I was growing up..." Because it was a different world just a few decades ago. I remember working really hard and going without. I don't ever remember stimulus checks coming … Continue reading Age of Entitlement
Little known fact - I used to sell Avon. No, really. I did. I was looking for supplemental income, something I could do online, with a quality product and a company that'd been around forever. Hands down, AVON checked all my boxes. I wound up making enough to help some people out and got myself … Continue reading AVON Calling!
The law may not allow me to actually do that, but that's what my final wishes are. There, I said it. For the longest time I've assumed that Marty (my husband) would be the first to go. I mean, that's still the plan, but things don't always go according to plan. He is three years … Continue reading Scatter My Ashes on Richard Dean Anderson
Even after six years there are times when I look around and ask, "Are you kidding me?" I suppose boredom would be worse. I wouldn't know. I've got no experience with boredom. When you live in a single-wide mobile home space becomes really important. Use it wisely because it's limited. When you can gain some … Continue reading Sticky Fingers versus Secret Squirrels
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8902980/ Sometimes it's tough to be a horror fan. We cruise the streaming services for old favorites we can safely watch (Conjuring, Exorcist 1 or 3, Salem's Lot, Carrie, Audrey Rose just to name a few) and we look for those hidden gems we haven't seen before. Sometimes we get lucky and stumble upon something … Continue reading Widow’s Point
2020 had only hours left but the hits just kept coming. Recently our office, along with our community was hit by this most recent wave of Covid19. We had one member of our office staff who didn't get it - one. Her name is Lupe and she puts hot sauce on everything she eats so … Continue reading Until We Meet Again
What do you see when you look into the eyes of an animal? I bring my dog, Bodie with me to work more days than not. Especially lately. My job can be stressful. Sometimes stepping away from the desk to take the dog or a quick walk just clears my head. This is not the … Continue reading Boop!