A Father’s Anger
Last Father’s Day I wrote of depression. This Father’s Day I write of anger. It has taken awhile for me to realize the source of last year’s depression was gaslighting — my inner truth couldn’t accept the truth I was being asked to believe. Pravda in action. I have been struggling with that gaslighting, freeing…
A Blast of the Past #161: Rip Cord
The RipCord has become a tradition, one we didn’t miss two seasons ago when we toured half the Cedar Fair Parks. But working at Worlds of Fun made it hard to go to the Rip Cord last year; we missed out. But this earlier one from 2013 has fun shots, and also remembers the local…
A Blast of the Past #160: Middle School Choir Concert
These Pictures show our Thespian boy at his dynamic best. He is always the most expressive one in the group.
Every type of job needs its own type of paint. In looking at the house, I thought it would be good to paint lanes in our driveway, marking where it is okay for people to park, and the no parking zones needed to ensure we and the neighbors who share our driveway, can always get…
A Blast of the Past #159: Birthday Baked Goods
This week we see what I baked for my birthday in 2013 Pies and Cakes
Snow had fallen, snow on snow …
So we added lights! Today, I recorded our strobe lighting show in a new location — reflecting off the front maple tree and all its new-fallen snow.
A Blast of the Past #156: Christmas Decorations 2012
Here are the pictures, with snow, from the decorations inside and out
One of the things that can happen when your adorable 30-year house that you are 15 years into was built in the 1920s is that you may find tangles like the one pictured below when you are walking through your undeveloped basement garage and look up into the floor joist for the main floor that…