Locking It Down

It’s day “I’ve lost count” of the Coronavirus lockdown. The kids and I don’t go anywhere we don’t have to. We were running low on milk and fruit, so Zoe drove us to the grocery store a few days ago. She got her driving permit at the end of February. Which was lucky now that … Continue reading Locking It Down

A Father’s Daughter

My grandmother wore Shalimar perfume. I still have a small vial in my medicine cabinet that I don't wear, but it was here when we moved in and I have kept it as is. I have smelled that perfume at random times while living in this house. Not just a random whiff, but a powerful … Continue reading A Father’s Daughter

World Cancer Day

I guess today is World Cancer Day. I doubt I would pause to stop to think about this had cancer not entered our family's life. But, who am I kidding, it's entered everyone's life.  We all know someone who has had cancer...they either died from cancer, they currently have cancer, or they have survived cancer. … Continue reading World Cancer Day