The Hit List – Teeny Tiny Thanksgiving

The Hit List – Teeny Tiny Thanksgiving

When I was a child, the holidays were noisy. I come from a family of extroverts and loud talkers, so it’s always been far too much for my introverted soul. I’ve been paring down the holidays since my parents passed away (much to my brother’s chagrin). This...
The Hit List – This year won’t quit

The Hit List – This year won’t quit

Ah, 2020…I had so much to look forward to. A new book, my daughter’s wedding, and trips galore. With the exception of the book, everything came to a grinding halt. Cancel culture took on a new meaning in my life as I watched all the things come apart at the seams. No...
The Hit List – The routines of cats

The Hit List – The routines of cats

Cats live with a certain rhythm to their days. Those of us who live with them must learn to obey that groove. TaoZen, my kitty who passed away last week, ruled our home with iron paws. Every day, we all marched to his drumbeat, which usually centered around constant...
The Hit List – On Mercury retrograde and grace

The Hit List – On Mercury retrograde and grace

So we’re in the middle of another Mercury retrograde. I kinda slid through the past few with a bit of grace. This one….not so much. Although I hate to blame the planets for mishaps, sometimes it feels good to do that.  I wrote about my poor cat last week. Sadly, I...
The Hit List – Pandemaholic

The Hit List – Pandemaholic

A few months before the pandemic struck, I had decided to cut back on my wine habit, which began when I was taking care of my elderly father. A glass or two at night seemed to “take the edge off” and make eldercare more tolerable. I guess that’s kinda like being a...

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