I wouldn’t say I have necessarily rediscovered the joy of handwriting, but it is a pleasant experience, experimenting with the different feel of different leads. Continue reading getting the point
I’m not sure how I feel about Katie finding the best shell, seeing as how she is from Toledo. Perhaps this is beginner’s luck. Continue reading she shells sea shells
I can imagine the new lesson plans in high school English: “how to rate great on a date. Continue reading true luv weights
I would tell you all the features of my new day bag, as described on the tag, but they are in Chinese. The actual words on the bag, however, are in English. Sort of. Continue reading deep respiration and daily life
Arm and Hammer has increased the print size on their cat-litter by 20%. Who knew cats were having trouble reading? Or is it the Boomers? Continue reading I’m still not buying it
I’m blessed to have a helpmate who helps. The Puritans referred to their wives as goodwives. Pretty wise, those Puritans, to see a wife as a blessing, a literal gift from the giver of every good and perfect thing.
Continue reading in praise of (good)wives
I’m sure Adam and Eve had opposable thumbs. They make picking forbidden fruit much easier, although I doubt that was their intended purpose. Continue reading an ode to opposable thumbs