Monthly Archives: January 2012

Which Way to Go?

Life is full of choices and decisions. One gets weary, sometimes, weighing those choices, making those decisions. I am in the midst of doing that now. I will confess, it’s not exactly a life-changing decision, it’s not earth-shaking, it’s not … Continue reading

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When is Getting Old Worth It?

The other night I watched Betty White’s 90th Birthday Celebration. I watched because I admire Betty White, her successes, her humor, her endurance. How wonderfully she’s aging. 90 years old, and look at her! She has her own TV show(s), … Continue reading

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Hello world!

This is my new home. Or at least my new temporary home. While my website, mysiteontheweb.us will be in effect for another year, I’m seriously considering relocating to WordPress. For this year, my posts will appear at this site, with … Continue reading

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I am Almost Ready

I am almost ready – for winter. Almost. Not completely. Not yet. It’s a strange year, all over the country, but the midwest has now gotten snow and cold more normal for them in the winter. Those of us in … Continue reading

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Tethered Electronically

Earlier this week, Angelia of Living, Loving, Laughing posted about unplugging for 24 hours. I was feeling quite smug as I started to comment, thinking “how silly all of this is – after all, I do a lot of things … Continue reading

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Silly Things

Husband’s treatment yesterday extended into several hours as these things sometimes do, which gave me time to come up with some thoughts. Lest you think I’m about to spout words prophetic, wise, intelligent or even somewhat worth remembering, let me … Continue reading

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The Threat of Mortality

Intellectually we all realize we are mortal. We all know we will not live forever. Emotionally, mortality is less easy to deal with. In this household, at this time, that mortality factor looms large. The “Big C” (husband’s cancer) has … Continue reading

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