My husband and I watched Gone with the Wind over the weekend. We have always tried to fit in this classic once a year and now it has a reserved slot on our viewing calendar on the weekend nearest to my late father-in-law’s birthday. A fitting tribute to this Civil War history buff. Whenever I … Continue reading Scarlett O’Hara, Philosopher.
Month: August 2018
Seasons of Change
During the fall and winter months, I can see the downtown Salt Lake City skyline from our bedroom window. As the trees start to leaf out in spring, the view goes away for a few months. The first of the trees to begin obscuring the view is one I have nicknamed the Bob Ross tree. … Continue reading Seasons of Change
A Place for Your Stuff
Proving they were way more awesome than I appreciated at the time or quite possibly because since I was the youngest by 11 years they were beyond giving a hoot, my parents introduced me to George Carlin at a very young age. To their credit, the Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television were … Continue reading A Place for Your Stuff
The Fine Print
As you may figure out from some of my posts, yes, I am a lawyer. And yes, I probably have already heard the joke you are about to tell. So let's get all legal, shall we? My musings in this blog (or my law blog ) are not legal advice to any man, woman or … Continue reading The Fine Print