Category: Uncategorized

Just Me and My Shadow

My husband is a hummer. I didn’t mean he has a Hummer, he does not. He is a hummer. I’d never given it much thought until the other day, when I discovered how important it is. I read, in certain Native...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

The Roomba Boogie

A few months ago my husband brought home a Roomba. If you haven’t seen one, a Roomba is a small robotic vacuum that scoots around the house, mapping its path as it goes. I...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

The French Connection

In the summer when I ride my bike, I sometimes pass a pretty little farmhouse that looks like it was probably built in the 1930’s. I don’t know who initially owned the place, but...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

Cabin Fever Cure

For two years, I’ve carried around an article about a ghost town seventy miles from here and decided it was the perfect destination for a socially-distant excursion — unless the ghosts turned out to...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

Burn, Baby, Burn

When the coronavirus showed up, I decided it would be smart to sanitize not only the groceries ordered online and picked up curbside, but the daily newspaper and the mail as well — especially...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

He Didn’t Do Much

  When our middle son was born, he had difficulty breathing and spent a few days with supplemental oxygen. I was a young mother with another seventeen-month old child at home and was heartsick...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

Molly’s Answer

If you subscribe to my blog via email, you have probably seen this. GoDaddy did an upgrade, and for some reason this particular post no longer exists. In order to have it show up...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

Collecting

I’m a reader. During this period of social distancing, logic tells me I would look for escape and choose fiction — instead, I find myself devouring a ton of non-fiction. I just finished a...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

Brace Yourself

A year and a half ago I had braces put on my teeth. It was something that should’ve been done forty or fifty years earlier and finally reached a critical point when some of...

Liked this post? Click below to share!

Guided by the Light

I went to a Catholic elementary school and would have been sent to one for high school, had there been any in the small town where I grew up. I remember being taught each...

Liked this post? Click below to share!