Tag Archives: family

Musical Memories, Sharing My Husband’s Music Interests

  It’s Writing Wednesday.  The idea of Writing Wednesday is to encourage widows to share information about their spouse. To introduce him to grandchildren and others who might not have had time to get to know him. Non widows can … Continue reading

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Life is More than Fine

Life is more than fine. It is; hard or easy, rough or smooth, complicated or simple. Many verbs describe life. Fine isn’t one of them. After all, fine doesn’t tell the listener anything. Before my husband’s death, he disliked me … Continue reading

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Adventure Behind the Door; #SoCS

I found a new challenge, Stream of Consciousness Saturday. Challenges are great and I love them. This is super simple and requires no maintenance. Simply show up each week, read the prompt, and write the blog post. No pressure, right? … Continue reading

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Discarding the Christmas Tree

I gave away my Christmas tree and don’t plan on replacing it. It started before Christmas when I decided to reduce the Christmas  collection, more about that in another post.  The story of my Christmas tree is really more of … Continue reading

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Share Your Halloween Stories with Family

It’s writing Wednesday. I know I’ve been lax about posting daily. One of these days I’m going to do the Ultimate Blog Challenge, and actually post every day. In the meantime I keep working at it, but that’s another post … Continue reading

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In the Beginning We Were Just a Boy and Girl

WRITING  WEDNESDAY It’s Writing Wednesday, and today’s prompt is to write about meeting your husband, significant other. I spent yesterday at the hospital while my son had a procedure. The day conjured up memories of when his dad was ill … Continue reading

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Moving our Bodies Makes Travel More Accessible

It’s Movement Monday At least that’s the original plan. To blog about moving our bodies, not our belongings. One problem with this Pantzer planning, is she often goes off on tangents.  I joined the Ultimate Blog Challenge this month and … Continue reading

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