Interesting My mother and I have had several discussions over the years. She’s always said there’s no difference in taste between yellow and white cheddar cheese. I always say the yellow tastes different – not as sharp. The above article says that people could tell if the cheese was white or yellow in a blind […]

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Interesting way to retain moisture when planting

Interesting way to deal with dryness and growing plants I live in OK and have problems when I try to grow plants in a pot outside – like tomato plants. They get dry, even with daily watering. I have extra diapers that are a couple of years old. I bet they’d still work for this, […]

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“Weird Al” Yankovic – Word Crimes

“Weird Al” Yankovic – Word Crimes: This just made me think about all those grammar posts you see. Does it matter to many who aren’t writers, editors or English teachers?

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Sadness and thankfulness, hand in hand

A friend of mine died last month. He lived to be almost 30, which is considered lucky when you have cystic fybrosis. I can remember babysitting him when he was just 2, and his mom had to walk me through all of the medications he needed. I can remember all the times he was in […]

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With a racing heart

LOL not for any real reason.  Just as I read a message on Facebook about a severe thunderstorm warning, the storm was right overhead.  The thunder made me jump and my heart race.  Which makes me think… if the lightning is the dangerous part, why do we call it a thunderstorm instead of a lightning […]

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Like arguing with a brick wall

I started writing this April 30th and got sidetracked and discouraged. It’s frustrating sometimes reading the press releases from big companies.  The company I work for had a big article in the paper talking about how they’re moving a bunch of jobs from Oklahoma to the corporate office.  The press release said flat out that […]

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Gotta love the irony

I got a job search email from LinkedIn today.  In it, it says that my company is looking for people like me… Yea, they are.  They were trying to convince me to move to Cincinnati, OH.  I don’t feel right moving so far away with a step-son who needs his father living here.  He graduates […]

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Life is Good I saw this from one of the blogs I follow and started thinking. It’s so easy to focus on the negative, whether it’s stepping on something, or having your car stop working correctly. What happens when we focus on the positive? does our attitude change? Life is good, life can be good.  All we […]

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Ugh – I’m getting old

If there’s anything that gives me a perfect example of how old I’m getting, it’s working 50 hours in a week.  And I still have to go in tomorrow.  I am tired. You’d think that sitting at a desk job, I wouldn’t be tired, but I was falling asleep on the couch at 8 tonight. […]

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Sometimes I look at how my life is going and wonder how I can make it through. I know it’s a step by step kind of thing, but everything is so overwhelming when I just step back and look. Sometimes I look at the choices I’ve made over the years and wish I could call […]

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