Luminaire

We watched a couple of Transformers movies recently. I remember my son watching the cartoons in the 1980's. Transformers is product of American and Japanese media franchises and toy companies. It follows the battles of sentient, living autonomous robots, who can transform into other forms, such as vehicles and animals. The Autobots are the good … Continue reading Luminaire

Stressors

The first six years of our marriage, my husband and I were truck drivers for the moving company Bekins Van Lines. We had a cab over Kenworth semi tractor and owned our own trailer too. As newlyweds, it was quite a learning experience. Our cab had a queen size bed, that you crawled in and … Continue reading Stressors

Riding shotgun

While watching an old television Western, Tales of Wells Fargo, I had two thoughts come to me. The first was when the bandits stopped the stage coach. Thanks to the pandemic, my thought was, how nice that they were wearing their masks. The second was regarding the man riding shotgun. He was seated on the … Continue reading Riding shotgun

Flames

In my efforts to be more mindful to express gratitude daily, I realized that sometimes it is the simple pleasures that brings us to a place of thankfulness. Like the way my mouth feels after brushing my teeth. A warm bed. The first cup of coffee in the morning. Vanilla lip balm. Cocoa butter lotion. … Continue reading Flames

Well-endowed

The moment was charged with electricity. Absolutely every head was turned in my direction. All eyes were on me. I could feel it. I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that in that moment, everyone wanted to be me. Why? Because I'm abundantly well-endowed and it shows. Defined, it is someone who has larger … Continue reading Well-endowed

Pandemic of Kindness

Widespread outbreak. That is the definition of pandemic, and we have all been living with the craziness and aftermath that it has caused in the world. But then a moment comes, when someone tells you something and the truth of it makes you catch your breath. That happened to me recently. A good friend of … Continue reading Pandemic of Kindness