Hidden Treasures

Hidden Treasures

Every time we visit our grandkids, I leave my laptop bag near the front door.  I don’t usually use my computer while visiting the grandkids because they don’t like my attention elsewhere.  I only use it if a work issue comes up. But the kids know that the bag is mine...
Not That Grandma

Not That Grandma

Sometimes it takes a village (or at least ALL the grandparents) to raise a child.  Last month, Gene and I went to Minnesota to care for our two grandchildren while our third grandchild was born.  Ori, who is 2.5 years old, believed for a long time that we lived in the...
Rocket Pockets

Rocket Pockets

While we were in charge of our two oldest grandkids, I decided to dress up their lunch and make rocket pockets (wraps) for them for lunch. I should have foreseen trouble as I was dealing with a 2.5 year old and 5 year old. Ori (2.5) took one look, yelled...
Sloth Olympics

Sloth Olympics

The 2022 Winter Olympics have just concluded, and we found ourselves hooked to the television watching Curling Teams compete.  I don’t know why this sport is so fascinating, but each day I would check the TV schedule to see when curling would be televised.  Yesterday...
Running Into Fire

Running Into Fire

Gene and I were mowing over the weekend, with headphones in place and music playing, when I noticed that Gene had stopped his mower and was looking over his shoulder.  Being the paranoid person that I am, I stopped and looked around as well. I had no idea what caught...
What Anchors?

What Anchors?

After several month’s of not traveling due to Covid, we decided to purchase a house in Texas near my mother and siblings so we could visit over the winter and periodically the rest of the year.  We had a house hunting trip lined up, but a family member became...