I taught myself to play the ukulele a few years ago. Nothing fancy. I play songs that my family sang when I was growing up because those things need to be passed on, ya know?! A lot of my favorites are songs that my Grandma would sing…I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry, My Blue Heaven,… Continue reading Ukulele Lady
I rode my bike to my hair appointment at Ron’s Salon Saturday…in a dress! My windblown “do”! It was dry by the time I rode home. I was feeling so good, I went shopping at Dillard’s for makeup and came out with a new bathing suit, cover up, makeup, and shampoo (because I passed by… Continue reading Dresses, Bathing Suits and Blue Panties
I love coffee. Can’t do without it and will go to great lengths to find some if it isn’t readily available. BUT, I am a coffee snob. I like it strong with cream and sugar AND some flair! A few years ago, when my sister was visiting, we decided to stop in and pay a… Continue reading Finding Coffee
It took me a long time to learn to like hot tea. I like the ceremony of it. But, tea is not for impatient people. There is a process to making a good cup and it shouldn’t be rushed. However, I am not a patient person. I’m especially not patient in the morning when I… Continue reading Time for Tea
My grandfather always had roses in his garden. Red ones, and they smelled good too! He also planted climbing roses that grew up around the front porch. (My dad is the handsome teenager on the right!) When I was little, I would sit on the porch and pop off the thorns on the stems and he… Continue reading STOP and Smell the Roses!