Oh, where do I begin? Here we go, I survived! My husband and I had an interesting weekend, and you know when someone describes an event or a weekend as interesting the undertone is, “Get a load of this.” So, get a load of this. After weeks of planning and prep for our weekend staycationContinue reading “Fair to Middling, Cinderella to the Ball”
Tag Archives: Friends
We Have a Winner!
Dear Reader, You may want to read the previous post, “A New No,” before this one, but not required in order to enjoy! ~ Sara When friends and family extend invitations, I’m excited about the prospect of a get-together, a barbecue, or birthday drinks. Immediately, I think about what I’ll wear, a major concern followingContinue reading “We Have a Winner!”
That’s What I Just Said!
If I speak, will you hear me? Will you listen? Are you able to consider what I say before you react or are you already forming your response before I finish sharing my opinion? Is this a conversation, going both ways, or are you just sharing your news and conclusions, glossing over what I mightContinue reading “That’s What I Just Said!”
Going to the Chapel
Yes, it was a Vegas wedding, but a carefully planned one. We had about 50 people coming from both Southern California and my hometown. Nine months before, we’d started at one end of the Strip and stopped at every wedding venue, and I mean every. Some were in hotels, but we found those stiff, overpricedContinue reading “Going to the Chapel”
The Heyday of Happy Hour
Back in the day, late 80’s and early 90’s, Happy Hour was quite an event in restaurant bars. In addition to drink specials, there would be food, a lot of food. A spread of appetizers would be displayed on one or two large tables. You could actually make a dinner of it. This was trueContinue reading “The Heyday of Happy Hour”
Just Not Right Now
Beautiful day but not too warm. I did get my husband to hang this sign I got last fall. Only after, did I realize the irony. I don’t think I can fathom yet what it’s going to be like through, and after, the next few months.