Outdated

I'm sitting here deciding what to wear to work today. My bell bottom jeans and groovy love beads, or my polyester leisure suit. Now that's outdated! My husband and I enjoy watching older TV shows. A couple of examples are Wagon Train and Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp. We enjoy them because the characters … Continue reading Outdated

I’ve got nothing

I'm going to tell you upfront, I am the kind of friend who will do nothing for you. This post is going to be chock full of nothing, and trust me, you will thank me for the hope nothing brings you! I was looking up some things to send a friend of mine on hope … Continue reading I’ve got nothing

FOMO

No big surprise, but anxiety has been around for a very long time. In 2004, Patrick Mc Ginnis coined the term FOMO. The Fear Of Missing Out. It has become more prevalent thanks to social media. It is characterized by a desire to stay continually connected with what others are doing, thinking they are having … Continue reading FOMO

Thundershirts

With the 4th of July just around the corner in America, we will celebrate the founding of our nation. It usually involves a fireworks show. Lately commercials for Thundershirts have been on television. These pressure shirts are perfect for dogs that have anxiety or phobias including separation anxiety, thunderstorm nervousness, or any other loud noises. … Continue reading Thundershirts

Momentum

Of course I believe in science. Like how jelly grows inside doughnuts. (Thanks darkwebdeb!) Those who have read my posts before know I like math and science. We're going to talk physics again today, and how it applies to doughnuts. No, not really. But to energy and momentum. In physics, energy is considered the measurable … Continue reading Momentum

Territorial

Wars have been fought over it. People have been arrested, tortured, and killed over it. There have been periods in history I cannot believe even happened because of it. People marking their spiritual territory. Through the ages there have been people who firmly believe that “it is my way or the highway.” I have run … Continue reading Territorial