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Crack can mess with your brain

I’m a crack addict.   Yep, I’m addicted to Trivia Crack. If you know the application, it’s very close to what Trivial Pursuit was like.  You have to answer successfully three trivia questions in the categories of arts, geography, science, entertainment, sports, or history.  Then, you are given the opportunity to choose a category from which to answer a fourth question.  If you answer it correctly, … Continue reading Crack can mess with your brain

Hummingbird Don’t Fly Away

And a new day is dawning on us all….The draught of understanding; wisdom, peace, and love is ours…. Hummingbird don’t fly away, fly away. Seals and Crofts (1972) Is it just weird that I’m afraid of hummingbirds? I put out a feeder recently. As I sit out on the deck, drinking my early-morning coffee, the hummingbirds hover three or four feet in front of me … Continue reading Hummingbird Don’t Fly Away

Birds and buds bring early spring joy

It’s a gorgeous 62 degree February afternoon. Still a month til spring officially arrives, I see signs of her everywhere. Robins, blue birds, and cardinals pluck at the seeds I have strewn for them. The trees sing with the birds too. I find for the first time this year tiny red buds on the Japanese cherry tree. My heart is filled with the joy of … Continue reading Birds and buds bring early spring joy

Raindrops on Roses

Recently I was singing “Raindrops on Roses, and Whiskers on Kittens, Bright Copper Kettles, and Warm Woolen Mittens…” My 10-year-old granddaughter, without looking up from her artwork, asked “Why are you singing an Ariana Grande song?” If you have followed my blog you know that my favorite source of entertainment and laughter is this fabulous child. First of all, I didn’t know Generation Z owned … Continue reading Raindrops on Roses

The faith of a mustard seed

I often ponder whether there is a God.   I grew up with God-fearing parents and went to Sunday school and church services in a conservative, evangelistic Christian congregation.  I attended a Christian college.  I worked at Christian colleges for 15 years of my career.  I’m not the kind of person you’d think would question the existence of God. I am highly educated.  Less than … Continue reading The faith of a mustard seed