Category Archives: Family

Today’s Twitter bits …

The wicked witch is still with us. says @HillaryClinton https://t.co/br0PeH1niL — Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) November 23, 2019 Why were WE giving our hard earned money to Ukraine if they had so much money to give to Hillary and Biden? … Continue reading

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Song of the day – country

I’m watching the Country Music series on PBS, and this song is sung in the very first episode, about the beginnings of country music in the United States. I posted this last February, but I enjoyed hearing it again, and … Continue reading

Posted in Family, History, Music, Nostalgia | 8 Comments

Today’s Twitter hits …

I agree. Meanwhile, the left and their partners in the media are calling for recession! Jesse Watters Nails it President @realDonaldTrump has Super Human like Energy #Trump has this Economy humming like a fine tuned engine All the Democrats have … Continue reading

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1950’s Food – from family supper to party time

A repeat from last year, with one addition: Do you remember ice cream socials? We always had a strawberry and ice cream social at church, featuring ice cream (of course), fresh strawberries, and lots of homemade desserts. The 1950’s was … Continue reading

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Celebration of Summer in Verse

I haven’t blogged about poetry for a couple of months, so I thought it would be nice to revisit this post from 2017, about summer. I really love summer, especially the earliest part, and I know that I’m not alone. … Continue reading

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As vaccine opposition grows, those who suffered complications of childhood diseases say, ‘How different my life would have been’

Most of you probably know how strongly I feel about the importance of vaccinating against childhood diseases such as rubella, measles, mumps, whooping cough and polio. I realize that there are sometimes negative side effects from vaccines, but they are … Continue reading

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Love, loss, grief

I read this exchange on the internet as a series of comments to a passage from Diana Gabaldon’s book, Written In My Own Heart’s Blood, that she posted today. The character, Brianna, is musing about time travel, and what might … Continue reading

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