Day 115

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Being a human #115 Humans are allowed to expect the fellow humans in their lives, homes and families to do what what is right. Humans are allowed to place expectations on the members of their household. Humans are allowed to be grumpy when those other humans do not do as they are expected. Today, I…… Continue reading Day 115

Day 26

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“Hold on to your slip, darling.” Life is changing at a rapid rate. One minute you’re comfy in your circle skirt and Mary Jane’s; the next minute you’re comparing mortgage rates and hiring a realtor. Seems that is how life is though. When important things happen they happen fast. A big part of adulting is…… Continue reading Day 26

Day 13

Life is a cake walk for some and digging ditches for others. I’ve been at both ends of the line. Today life is amazing, less ditches and more cake. If I could telepathically send all my life experience and common sense to my children and grandchildren that would be great. How do you share experience…… Continue reading Day 13

Day 3

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Today we took a mini road trip. We looked at potential towns for relocation. We like our little rental house. Emphasis on the little. One of our 2021 goals is to create an O’Gara Clan estate. Fingers crossed and prayers said. Hopefully this is our year. Our requirements for a new home are: Enough square…… Continue reading Day 3

Teenagers are Challenging

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I’m lucky. My teenagers are good kids. They work hard at school. Mostly respectful. There is the normal teenager I know everything and my parents know nothing attitudes. Even that isn’t too bad. They are intelligent, unique, amazing, individuals who surprise me with how much they love life and the humans they share it with.…… Continue reading Teenagers are Challenging

Health is more than Flesh and Blood.

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It’s not only imperative to teach our children healthy lifestyles for the protection of their bodies but also to protect their hearts and preserve their souls. At the core of all we teach our young, love must be the foundation and truth of all lessons.

Protect What You love

If you value something you keep it safe. You know where it is at all times. If you have jewelery you keep it in an actual safe. If you have a dog or a cat you microchip your pet and keep it safe in a fence or home. What I don’t understand is when humans…… Continue reading Protect What You love