Good Grief

Good Grief, by Granger Westberg, was recommended to me by our pastor when Robert was hospitalized for the final time. I didn’t read it until this past winter. It is a small book, only 64  pages including the introduction and afterword. It was originally written in 1971 and has been reprinted many times over. The […]

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Screw the Lorax!

Screw the Lorax. Screw the #@%$ trees! And all their little plant friends too! I am 100% convinced Mother Nature is trying to kill me. Slowly and torturously.  If you live in the Houston area, it is guaranteed that you will have seasonal allergies. Except they aren’t truly seasonal – they last all freaking stinking […]

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A wedding, water park, camping and the ER

Sounds like the opening line to a really bad joke doesn’t it?  Unfortunately the punch line was on me! Oy! What a weekend. It started out fabulous. Saturday was Scout Day at Schlitterbahn in Galveston. The Pack made plans to go and then camp out at Galveston Island State park for our spring overnight camping […]

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Taking the GRE exam

Wow, things have really changed in the past 20+ years!  Last (and only other time) I took the GRE exam all I had to do was show up with my id and some pencils. Yesterday not only did I have to show my id but I got hand wanded! The testing center provided the pencils […]

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I love Joe Ledger books!

OMG! I am eternally grateful that I picked up “Patient Zero“ last month on a whim. I’m even more grateful that Denise mentioned the Rot & Ruin series by the same author, Jonathan Maberry.  I fell in love with both series immediately! I finished the 5th book in the Joe Ledger series last night and […]

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