I’m starting to wonder if Colorado is hazardous to my health.
I should have known that today was going to be ‘special’. It started with the zipper on my skirt getting stuck. I couldn’t budge it, nor could I shimmy it down.
Then the creme de la creme was when I was walking to work. Oh about 10 minutes from my building when I tripped and fell. Luckily it’s not broken, only badly sprained.
Thursday Doors is a weekly link up hosted by Norm over at Norm 2.0.
There’s no rhyme or reason to these doors. I was walking home from work yesterday and decided to take some pictures.
I pass this church on my walk to and from work every day. There’s nothing super spectacular about it – or at least so I thought. Continue reading
Good afternoon and come on in. I’ve prepared a few hors devours. Feel free to help yourself to the coffee and tea bar. It’s been a while since our last get together and I hope all is well with you and yours.
So, let’s get to catching up.
If we were having coffee. . . . I’d tell you that nothing much has really been going on. In my last coffee share I mentioned I was contemplating on starting a new blog or perhaps changing the focus of this one to primarily personal essays. I created a new blog, but then decided to give refocusing a try. Next week I’ll kick it off with a post called, “Who Am I?”
If we were having coffee. . . . I’d tell you that last week I was at Target Continue reading
I haven’t been around much lately. Either I’m working or tutoring or tutoring or working, but either way I don’t seem to have much time for me; which is really starting to suck. I was recently told that I work too much, which I’m starting to believe is true.
I started playing PokemonGo this week and I definitely see why it’s addicting. But for me it’s also a wee bit frustrating and by a wee bit, I mean a lot. There never seem to be any Pokemon around.
This was me yesterday morning
These past few days have been a bit rough.
A coworker who I can’t say I know intimately got the phone call no parent should ever get on Wednesday afternoon. She
has had two children a boy, 19 and a girl , 12. Her son was in a car accident and she needed to get to the hospital right away. After getting there she learned that her son passed away.
When we, her work family, found out about on Thursday it was perhaps the most solemn and sad day I had experienced in a long time. Although I don’t have children the news hit me like a ton of bricks. My heart sank. Several people cried.
Her son, Tanner, in just two short weeks was about to head to Marine Boot Camp. Apparently, Tanner always wanted to be a Marine (Ooh Rah) since he was child. His mom said that he thought they were they best and that he wanted to be a part of that.
I tell you this because she needs a bit of help. A GoFundMe account has been established to help pay for funeral expenses. A quote was given of $12,000 and at this time she’s not quite half there. If you are able and willing to donate any amount to help her it would be greatly appreciated. Every little bit helps.
If you’d like to donate, please click HERE.
Thank you in advance.