“What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly….”
– Thomas Paine
A lazy freeloader entered the police station to register a complaint. “I want to find out who owns the house I live in,” said the man boldly. “To whom do you pay rent?” asked the sheriff. “Ain’t never paid Continue reading Lazy Freeloader
Thanksgiving is the part of Fall,
That brings a time liked best of all.
The trees give up their coat of leaves,
And I put on my warm long sleeves.
I watch the leaves come falling down,
Some are red, others golden brown.
I rake them up into a pile,
Continue reading Leaves of Thanksgiving
Bryson is 13 years old, but he already stands six feet tall and can look down on his mother. His voice changed about a year ago and people are always saying that they have trouble telling us apart on the phone. In fact, my cell phone has voice-activated commands and Continue reading “I can hear myself talking.”
Some time ago, I took my boys to Jonesboro on “guy’s day out.” For lunch, we stopped at one of our favorite gluten-free friendly restaurants, TaMolly’s.
While waiting for our food, I decided to visit the restroom. Distracted by thoughts of all that I wanted to get done that day, I Continue reading “I don’t belong here!”