Fiona Ferris of How to Be Chic is one of my favorite bloggers and is someone who has inspired me to finally start writing again. If you aren't already following her, you should be as she is the embodiment of a graceful ager. Fiona's most recent post is a heartfelt description of how she is managing … Continue reading Shared Wisdom – Losing a Parent
Scarlett O’Hara, Philosopher.
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.
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