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An Introverts advice on People-ing

I am an introvert.  Not to be confused with an invertebrate, which is a creature without a backbone.   I have a very nice backbone, thank you, and I’m perfectly capable of standing up for myself. When I tell most people … Continue reading

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2019- The Year of Unpacking

Happy New Year friends. It’s hard to believe we are at the beginning of a brand new year.   For me, the past year feels like it passed in a blur even though it was filled with activity and adventures. I … Continue reading

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Tahoe Trip-Part Two-The Rest of the Story

Yesterday’s post was all about the run, which was the primary reason we traveled to Lake Tahoe but the family mini-vacation was the bonus. This is the rest of the story. Bella Box on Wheels did not get to go … Continue reading

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Tahoe Trip- Part One-Lessons We Learn From Our Children

“While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” ― Angela Schwindt   We raise our children and hope they will be good human beings.  We do our best to teach … Continue reading

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A Dandelion in a Hurricane

It’s true the older we get, the faster time seems to go.   It’s hard to believe that February 1st was the one year anniversary of our retirement and we’ve been living full time in the RV for almost nine months. … Continue reading

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On Poaching a Pooch

Don’t panic. I’m not creeping into a neighbors yard and snatching a Shih Tzu or climbing a fence for a Frenchie. I’m planning to steal a dog that already lives in my home. Daves dog Dallas, the border collie/golden retriever mix who … Continue reading

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Catching up- Fever Christmas, Not My Dog and 2018?

WordPress keeps reminding me that I haven’t written anything for over a month.  I feel a little like the absent student who needs to turn in a months worth of homework I haven’t done. We all have those less than … Continue reading

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Insomnia and Me- A Weedy Ramble

We moved to Nevada to escape the highs of New York state, namely taxes and snow.
We didn’t know when we moved that Nevada was high too. Continue reading

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Another tale of Frustrating Coostemer Serbits

The call started well enough. “Tank you for calling Cheese Bank Coostemer Serbits.” Ok, not really great but I knew who I was calling. Chase Bank. Whose customer service obviously isn’t in the heartland of America. I carefully explained what … Continue reading

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A Tidy Bundle of Grief and the Ermine Button

In June, just as we were starting our full-time RV life and journey across the country, my mother died. I wasn’t there. Because mom had been adamant that there be no formal funeral service, my sister and I  decided we’d … Continue reading

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