Usually I am a compendium of birthday knowledge. My NJ family – all of them – were so neatly filed away with no need of social media to remind me. I know them all.Continue reading “My spidey sense is broken”
As people do, roughly once a year.
It was some days ago, now. But it was a nice day…Continue reading “I had a birthday”
For someone awfully important
My sister married a guy who is smart and strong and funny. A man of faith. A man who loves the Lord, my sister, their kids, our family. Continue reading “My brother”
The fact that I am here (and God willing I am still here when this posts) means that I am, in a sense, where I am meant to be.
And then, where I need to be, in the days of COVID. Not in the office. Not in stores or gatherings. Not having dinner parties or houseguests in the house. Continue reading “Where I should be”
- A serving size of tortilla chips is about 7 chips.
- It takes quite a few containers to separate units of 7 tortilla chips at a time (if, for instance, the only way for me to live alone in the house with tortilla chips is to separate them into serving sizes). Continue reading “Five things I learned today”
My sister is one of my favorite people in the wide world. We are both as alike and as different as people can be, in a variety of ways.
She is the heart of my heart.
A fabulous Birthday wish
For a fabulous friend
I hope your day is so Very happy!
You’re a blessing in my life!
Second post for today…
It’s my brother in law’s birthday. I think the world of my brother in law. He’s awesome. He’s smart and funny, and all indications from where I sit tell me he’s a good husband and father, and a man who loves the Lord and desires to live his faith and share it with those around him. And I am blessed to know him. I’m so glad God has made us a family, and I love him, and I hope he knows all that. (Well, now he does, anyway.) 😀 Continue reading “Jul 20 Interlude – of birthdays, business and blessings”
Alec and Michael and Lynn and Kaycee
are all having birthdays this month
(and that’s not even counting all the anniversaries) Continue reading “Today”