I did nothing but work and be mom for so long. A retired embalmer/funeral director, I felt like i was making a difference when families lost loved ones.
Now that I'm "retired" I'm a bit lost.
I look back and I honestly don't know how I managed such an incredibly difficult career and be a single mom doing it.
It's almost like it was another lifetime.
Twenty years spent never slowing down.
Tonight I'm having a few glasses of wine and reflecting... I really need a hobby.
It is a stickman that crawls out of a line and waves, then the line spells out "hello"
Ive had him for over ten years and I accidentally deleted him! I can't remember where I got him from.
PS: if anyone finds him I promise to give you a heart next Feb
The reason I love my stickman is because he just drops out of no where to say hi. He says hi, he waves, and then he turns into written word. Ironic because he's so freaking hard to explain when I search for him.
UPDATE: He's back! Thank you all for looking!!! I has happy and can sleep tonight!
Hello everyone! I just wanted to check in and see how my fellow loners are doing.
I like to think of us as a group of wanderers or nomads. Each on a journey of our own, but stopping by the campfire every now and then to tell stories of our travels.
As I add a log to the fire and the sparks dance off into the night, i'm gonna pull up a folding chair and reflect.
Ive finished physical therapy recently and am recovering well from my accident. Insurance companies are a pain and I'm not entirely convinced that they weren't stalking me for a little while ..
Hopefully they will settle soon and I can get another car, even though I really don't like driving anymore.
Golden rods, red buds, and dog woods are in full bloom here in the sticks. It's a beautiful display and as it rains I wish it would wash the stain out of the white house. (Collective sigh goes here)
I'd like to hear some of your adventures from this year if anyone would like to share. I long for the ocean. I wish I could hike the trails and do some kayaking. Such a dreamer's toil...
WHAT WILL ELIZABETH WARREN DO?
This is the fight of our lives. The fight to build an America that works for everyone, not just the wealthy and the well-connected. It wont be easy. But united by our values, we can make big, structural change. We can raise our voices together until this fight is won.
END WASHINGTON CORRUPTION
Washington works great for the wealthy and the well-connected, but it isnt working for anyone else. Companies and wealthy individuals spend billions every year to influence Congress and federal agencies to put their interests ahead of the public interest. This is deliberate, and we need to call this what it iscorruption, plain and simple. Thats why Elizabeth has proposed the most ambitious set of anti-corruption reforms since Watergate to fundamentally change the way Washington does business.
We will start by ending lobbying as we know it by closing loopholes so everyone who lobbies must register, shining sunlight on their activities, banning foreign governments from hiring Washington lobbyists, and shutting down the ability of lobbyists to move freely in and out of government jobs.
We will also shut the revolving door between Wall Street and Washington and permanently ban Senators and Congressmen from trading stocks in office and from becoming lobbyists when they retire not for one year or two years, but for life. We will make the justices of the Supreme Court follow a code of ethics and strengthen the code of conduct for all judges to make sure everyone gets a fair shake in our courts. And we will force every candidate for federal office to put their tax returns online.
Together, these sweeping, structural changes will end the dominance of money in Washington, taking power away from the rich and powerful and putting it back where it belongs with the American people themselves
More at her website. I've always admired Elizabeth. She would make an excellent president!
Some lovely music to get us through Valentine's Day.
Share a song that speaks to your heart!
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