Tag Archives: A month of thankfulness
Because I am apparently the most naive person in the world, I am often the last person in America to find things out. By “things,” I mean things that everybody already knows. Usually my good and great friend Lynn is … Continue reading
This ridiculous kid will be six tomorrow. His name is Ezra, and he’s the best. He’s hilarious and brilliant and maddening and sweet and loving. In short, he’s a sport. I’m thankful he’s my godkid, every single day. He … Continue reading
I am the boss of me when I’m not at work. So I’m sending myself and my pitiful little dog to bed. Her feelings hurt and my head does. We’re both thankful this day is over and nobody stands between … Continue reading
At 7:30 tomorrow morning, I have to have my little dog at the vet to have her teeth cleaned and have two of them out. She will be fit to be tied. I am dreading leaving her there. I’ve never … Continue reading
I am thankful that I haven’t, thus far, run over some idiot who has wandered into the traffic talking on the phone or texting. For one thing, it would be horrible to kill somebody. For another, that seems like something … Continue reading
Did you go outside today? It was perfect. The leaves on the maples are turning and they’re glowing gold and red against the sky. The sky is that blue that just breaks my heart. I put a little Japanese maple … Continue reading
My sister had to have her adenoids out, along with some abscesses back there. She’s fine and already out of the hospital. I’m thankful she’s okay, but more than that, I’m thankful for my sister.