Lazy Mans Load
I remember my Dad telling us a story of how my Grandmother scolded my Uncle for carrying two sacks of potatoes down the cellar stairs. “That’s a lazy man’s load!!” she hollered, and made him put the sacks down, and carry them back up the stairs one by one, and then carry them back down […]Continue reading
Clearing the Trail
Today we are getting wet, heavy, tree-bending snow. Sipping my coffee and watching the pines bend while the woods dress their naked limbs in drapes of white velvet, I thought back to years ago, when I would wake up and this type of snow meant one thing – snowmobiling season. Excitedly, we would rush through […]Continue reading
I will take a different path….
What if I don’t make it? What if I fail? (again) What if I can’t do this? What if it doesn’t work out? What if I have to turn back and start all over again. (again). My “What If” Gremlin is running amok. The crazy nay-sayer who has plenty to say. I have failed before. […]Continue reading