Tag: family

Stories from Amos: The Well-Travelled Woman

Though she had rarely travelled beyond the County line, Marjorie Weisenheimer never viewed herself as a homebody. The second youngest of ten children, Marjorie had watched her elder siblings marry and move away, and with each successive marriage over the years, she quietly plotted her own escape between the […]

Sister, Sister, Sister

They say the more things change, the more they stay the same. After spending the weekend with my sisters here in Missouri, I am inclined to believe that this is indeed true. What a difference thirty years can make… Frankly, I think we have all changed for the […]

Taking Flight

Tickets? Check! Passports? Check! Luggage? To much, as usual. Plenty of shoes, as per protocol? (Check!) House/chicken/cat/fish sitter, eater of leftover food and wine rack monitor? Check! Bills paid? I hope so… Adrenaline? Naturally. Pre-vacation gin and tonic? Checkeroo… “Aloha” T-shirt with green sparkles? Absolutely. Pre-trip selfie featuring […]

Life Through the Lens – Love

A million thanks to blog-friend Diana, also known as mommyx4boys and authoress of Trying to Make Things Right for the invite to participate in her ongoing challenge, Life Through the Lens!  In response to this week’s photo challenge, which is Love, I have decided to include this photo […]